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Sunday, 10 February 2013

Kissing on screen is no big deal for Aditi Rao Hydari

Kissing on screen is no big deal for Aditi Rao Hydari

Aditi Rao Hydari

Locking lips on screen is no big deal for the bold and beautiful Aditi Rao Hydari. The broad-minded actress says that kissing is an inevitable part of intimacy in films. The actress has shot very bold scenes for her upcoming film, Murder 3.

“I don’t think kissing on screen is a big deal. I think you should be honest. Kissing is a fact of life. You are showing a relationship. A couple in love is not going to play cricket, they are going to kiss each other. It is fine,” Aditi said here.

Aditi is never nervous while shooting for such intimate scenes.

“I am very confident of who I am as a person. If you are unsure of who you are and unsure of what people will say about you and you let it bother you, you will be nervous. This is my work and I do it with a lot of love,” she added.

She calls boldness an attitude. Aditi also believs that every actor should realize the importance of a sensual scene, understand it well and then shoot for it.

“You don’t need to shed your clothes to be bold. Boldness is an attitude and it is in your mind and soul… You have to decide what you want to do and what you believe is right,” she said. “You can be hot and sensual and you can have steel in your soul as well,” she added.


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ABCD – AnyBody Can Dance Breaks All Stereotypes

ABCD – AnyBody Can Dance Breaks All Stereotypes

ABCD AnyBody Can Dance'

ABCD – AnyBody Can Dance is turning out to be a surprise hit at the box office. The movie is very well received among the critics and has opened to humongous collections compared to its pre-release expectations.

It is India’s first 3D dance movie, starring India’s most reputed dancer Prabhu Deva in the lead role and also has some more eminent Bollywood choreographers like Ganesh Acharya, Salman Yusuf Khan as the supporting cast. Talking about the success of ABCD – AnyBody Can Dance Prabhu Deva says “I think I must hike my remuneration now as an actor! Jokes apart, I am really happy for the success of the film and hope it reaches out to all kinds of audience”.

Coming to the numbers, ABCD was made with humble 12 crore rupees and has grossed whooping 5.5 crores on the first day of its release itself. Credit has to go the producers who made sure pre-release hype was created by making use of the theme of the movie.

Not to forget director of the movie Remo D’Souza one of the top most choreographers in the contemporary Bollywood who had tasted moderate success as a director through his debut venture F.A.L.T.U and took a brave decision to direct a movie based on art(dance) in the era of masala movies. The best part is that he pulled it off successfully. Hope success of ABCD paves way for many more directors to go for the art films bravely.


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Ayushmann Khurrana says he is enjoying his movie journey

Ayushmann Khurrana says he is enjoying his movie journey

ayushmann-khurranaActor Ayushmann Khurrana is a well known name these days. From being a contestant on a reality show to becoming a VJ and then a host, Ayushmann has come a long way today winning the Filmfare award for the Best Debut  Male for his performance in Vicky Donor, which garnered good response at the box office. He says he is enjoying this journey.

He will next be seen in Rohan Sippy’s next directorial venture, Nautanki Saala. The movie which is Ayushmann’s second is set to release on the 12th of April.

“Everyone struggles while doing theatre. I feel if you enjoy the journey then the struggle is not longer,” Ayushmann told reporters at the trailer launch of the film.

“I think the pressure is less as I am doing my second film with Ramesh Sippy. So I am not facing any pressure as he made this huge super-hit film Sholay. There was pressure as to what I would sign next after Vicky Donor.”

Directed by Rohan, Nautanki Saala is a comedy film starring Ayushmann and Kunaal Roy Kapur. Ayushmann has also sung two songs in the film.

“It is a fun film with no hidden meanings. It has drama and is about theatre actors,” the actor said when asked about the movie.

Considering that the film is about theatre actors, the Vicky Donor actor says, “In theatre acting needs to be larger than life while in films it is subtle. Since I come from theatre background I had to unlearn lot of things.”


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