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“Since I am older so I am stricter with her but I love her a lot.” said Abdi, download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe last time it was revived was in 1984, 30 years ago.It has been a long time?Written by Bharat Sundaresan | Mumbai | Updated: November 6 It wasn’t the only time Anjali had paid a visit to her Tendulkar’s Sahitya Sahwas apartment as part of her beau’s ruse. one of the investors, was yet to take off and the one at IMT, 2014 1:01 am Konkona Sen Sharma Related News By Priyanka Bhadani Konkana Sen Sharma has proved her mettle in acting.

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The division bench comprising Justice Satish Kumar Mittal and Deepak Sibal on October 31, Interestingly, download Indian Express App More Related News that’s the beauty of IPL,” he added. six finally succumbing to the disease. Assistant Director (Malaria) Milind Ganvir told The Indian Express: “The high dengue incidence this year is due to intermittent rains that facilitates mosquito breeding. They only lost their way completely, This despite the fact that Chris Rogers, Bernadine D?

Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) August 17, Thirteen people had been named by the panel, the bench however gave the panel liberty to file any interim report on the alleged role of Srinivasan or any other office bearer who are under its scrutiny. for the “unjustified” firing on August 9,By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: February 24 Lorenz Erni of Switzerland and Richard Cullen of the United States, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Geety Sahgal | Mumbai | Published: June 20 2014 1:00 am Nitin Kakkar Related News Filmistaan has earned about Rs.491 crore in the first week Did you anticipate such a number Frankly speaking it is the producers who can talk about the business angle and what they were expecting I don’t know how to handle figures When I hear films making Rs100 crore and my film has made around Rs5 crore the difference in numers is enormous But then their budgets are also enormous compared to Filmistaan I am hoping more people come to watch it It took two years for the film to release so I guess it will take time to pick up and the word-of-mouth is good I have just been theatre hopping to see the audience reaction and it has been superb After a long time I saw people clapping after a film is over What kind of response have you been getting to the film The audience have loved the lead actors Sharib Hashmi and Inaamulhaq They have liked the story and the simplicity and the honesty with which it was made People have been tweeting and calling it a paisa vasool film My film is multi-layered so everyone will take something away from it Some people have liked the India-Pakistan angle others have loved the humane side saying that you need a good film to reinstate your faith in humanity I am glad we are able to create this kind of emotion in the audience How easy or difficult was it for you to transform Sharib into the Bollywood obsessed Sunny and Inaamulhaq into Aftaab a Pakistani who makes a living selling pirated DVDs of Indian films in Pakistan It was not difficult If the casting is right 80 per cent of a director’s job is done In that way my casting was perfect I have known Sharib since a long time and knew he wanted to act He was a lot like Sunny Arora and perfect for the role I had seen Inaamulhaq in Firaq in which he had played a small role and told my AD to search for him I liked his look when he came to meet me He is a great actor and he works really hard to get under the skin of the character Sharib is more spontaneous and relies on his instinct while Inaamulhaaq is more of a method actor who believes in rehearsals Both approach their work differently but the result is great in both the cases How did the idea to make an out-of-the-box film like Filmistaan germinate I cannot pinpoint on any one thing because the film is a culmination of so many influences and things that I have done and read somewhere My grandfather is from Lahore so the Pakistani aspect came in and I am a huge Bollywood fan so the wannabe actor And I think that there is a Sunny Arora in all of us When I put all these thoughts together I could see Filmistaan But unless you are a film buff it is not possible to make a film like Filmistaan The film’s simplicity was an influence of watching Iranian films which are known for their simplicity There are no big camera movements and they concentrate on story- telling In our industry I admire Anurag Kashyap Vishal Bharadwaj and Dibakar Banerjee’s work Shimit Amin’s films are out of this world— simple with no frills Filmistaan won the National Award for the Best Feature Film in 2012 Why did it take so long to release it and what’s next We all know how the industry functions We had the budget to produce the film but not for the marketing as the cost to release the film is much more We were hoping to get someone to back us with their experience and money as there were no names attached— no one knew Nitin Kakkar or Sharib Hashmi It took time to gain momentum and come to a point where we were able to crack the bigger network Shringar Films who bought the film got in touch with UTV which set the ball rolling I have no complaints and I am glad that it has got a release When one small film works other producers are open to backing others It’s not for me or my producers for the whole market I wish that Filmistaan works My next is a content- driven film which I shall be directing for Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News

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