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Well, we have been proved right on both counts. The Salman, Kareena and Nawazuddin starrer touched nearly 104 crore during the opening weekend itself. Additionally BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN beat Aamir's best first week record (180) set by PK, netting above 182 crore.
Coming to the present, BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN has crossed the 250 crore mark on the second Monday itself and is sure to cross the 300 crore mark by the end of its third weekend or a couple of days later.
As far as the overseas is concerned, the blockbuster BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN has grossed $15m at the end of its second weekend, with US accounting for $5.7m.
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One such 'Calendar girl' is southern actress Avani Modi, whom we caught up with in an exclusive interview. When we asked her how nervous she was and if she felt any pressure, she replied, "There was pressure before I signed CALENDAR GIRLS. That's because there was one month gap between me signing the film and starting the shoot. I felt the pressure of whether I would be able to reach his expectations or not at that time, because he has already launched big stars by then. And he is already a National Award Winner, not once, but he has won it four times. So I was in that pressure, but when I started shooting with Madhur ji, he said that he is more comfortable working with newcomers. He often says that working with newcomers is the best thing to do, because when you have stars, they come with certain baggage. And newcomers are like a blank slate - you can portray whatever you want."
"His confidence made me more strong and confident. I met him two days before the shoot and told him, "Sir, bahut darr lag raha hai (I am very scared)," and he said, "Tension mat le. Main tujhpe tere se zyaada confident hoon (I am more confident about you than you are about yourself). Main tere se kaam nikalwa loonga (I will make you work). So after hearing his views on me, I was very confident and all my nervousness was gone," she added.
We too believe in your confidence, and wish CALENDAR GIRLS is truly a dream project not only for you and the other girls, but also Madhur Bhandarkar!
Riteish Deshmukh started off by saying, "I am such a foodie that I came here and had a burger."
Pulkit Samrat added cuteness quotient to it by saying, "He ate the one that I had left."
Well, if one remembers, the two had fondly enjoyed their Eid feast at Mohammed Ali Road only recently to show that they live to eat.
The EK VILLAIN actor said, "We (Pulkit and I) love food. We've been dining together a lot." Added Pulkit, "Riteish and I have bonded the most over food."
Well, we only hope your bond gets stronger by the day!
Her father is a lawyer, her grandfather a scholar and Shreya Narayan, who grew up in Jaipur and Delhi, has an MBA under her belt. In spite of education and public service being their mainstay, she found a way to fly out of Muzaffarpur to the city of dreams, much to the chagrin of her parents.
SAHEB BIWI AUR GANGSTER got her the recognition she was looking for, but post that Tigmanshu Dhulia gem, things have not been all that rosy. However, in the last few months, work has picked up pace and the actor is working with a new zeal.
She has gotten into production with the Nana Patekar-Mahie Gill starrer WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. "This is a step towards putting my MBA skills to use," she jokes. Apart from that she is currently shooting for Anurag Basu's Rabindranath Tagore Story TWO SISTERS, has a cameo in Tigmanshu Dhulia's upcoming film, YAARA, and a miniseries which is to start next month.
Presenting Shreya Narayan, MBA, actor, lyricist (she wrote Sharm Laaj for GULAAB GANG, and now a producer.
Excerpts from an interview with Martin D'Souza
So much of academics in your family, how did you manage to sneak out?
I wanted to spread my wings beyond academics...fly, feel free! I joined NK Sharma's Act One Group and dabbled in theatre for a while. I was hooked.
"I AM AN ACTOR, WITH THE RIGHT GUIDANCE I CAN PLAY ANYTHING!"
Acting seemed to have always been at the back of your mind.
I did not know ABC of the film world. Films were a no-no at home. I grew up around books. Films happened naturally after theatre.
How did SAHEB BIWI AUR GANGSTER come about?
Mukesh Chabbra sent me to meet Tigmanshu Dhulia, who already knew me since he had auditioned me before. He remembered my audition distinctly, and I was signed immediately.
Did you expect the accolades after the performance as Mahua, Saheb's mistress?
Yes I did. Absolutely!
Confidence seems to be your middle name?
[Laughs] I felt confident because I had worked very hard to be at ease in my character. There were difficult scenes but I was able to pull them off.
Has the industry been kind to you; is it difficult to get a role?
The industry is not one person; yet what one person does others follow. In the midst of this, there are few who do their own thing. We say that things work this way, or that way; but there is no particular way. I follow my instincts, and take life as it comes. However, I must admit that it is not difficult to get a role you do not want to play!
Basically, you are saying there are roles aplenty?
There are all kind of films, all kind of work. But to find roles in the kind of films that one really wants to do is a real challenge.
What you are implying is that talented actors don't get their due?
The industry is full of talented people. It's about timing: meeting the right people. That takes several years. Once you are consistently seen, your talent becomes important.
Which means talent 'in the beginning' is of no value?
Yes, talent is a dispensable factor when it comes to marketability of a film. But then business has always controlled creative pursuits.
Do you think something 'more' needs to be done here, besides being talented? Well, everybody gives work to their own friends. I guess one needs to make friends. But I like travelling inside my own being, rather than go begging. When we meet those in positions of power who respect sincerity rather than cronyism, people like me do very well.
And what happens when you meet people who are not looking for talent?
Cheap men are certainly the main impediment. But the Universe always finds a way to reward the committed!
Cheap meaning men who want to give work in return for 'favours'?
[Laughs] I always find that a number of people have had a break-up and are nursing their broken hearts at the time they are casting for a film. And a needy actress is good with nursing these broken hearts!
How would you rate your journey so far?
Sometimes the road is long, but in India most have potholes! Good work satisfies, bad work frustrates. It is all moment to moment. However, I find stereotyping very frustrating. I am an actor; with the right guidance, I can play anything!
SAMRAT and SUPER NANI were not successful commercially. Did that dampen your spirit?
Both these movies were taken up at the time when my mother was suffering from cancer. I'm just grateful I did them. It helped me keep my mind off the personal trauma I was going through and most importantly, people on the sets were extremely helpful. So in that sense both these films gave me a sense of calm which I would not have found had I just been running from hospital to home.
That in a way explains why there has been a lull in your career...
Yes, you could say that. My career went through a lull. My mom's cancer and her passing away took its toll on me. I faced the hurdles bravely and have landed on solid ground.
Did you, during the lull moment, ever think of doing South movies?
I wish I knew the right people down South, but I do not. But my Bharat Matrimony advertisement hoardings are all over South India right now. And that has got me noticed. Who knows what the South has in store.
What according to you defines a good performance?
Fearlessness while performing, but that's a tall order. I enjoy working on my character and do wonderfully when the director is an encouraging presence. Business-like work kills performance.
How do you choose your roles?
I am looking to feel excited. A role of a bore too could be exciting! It should be a well-etched role, an un-editable part of the story. And it should not be something I have felt pakaoed doing before. Of course the director matters the most. But I have added a tall order to my list: I want to work with good people. Ethics matter!
What has been your biggest disappointment here?
Feudalism. Shameful hierarchy. Money is God. Stardom is God's Father. Many creative, respected minds are the most corrupt ones. These contradictions are hard to digest.
Do you have any friends in this industry you can bank upon, someone who can take the sting away from these contradictions?
God. He is running this industry.
Agrees Avani, "You are right about Gujarati theatre and Paresh ji (there are many others!). Apart from that, I also have two Tamil films as also modelling experience."
Talking about CALANDER GIRLS Avani told us, "CALANDER GIRLS is not just about models and modelling. It is about how five different characters have different destiny. CALANDER GIRLS also talks about how no one can say where life will take them and how one has to come to terms with facts and destiny."
Just revealing that she plays a model who goes by the name of Nazneen Malik, the vivacious Avani parted ways, promising to tell us her exact role and her experience of working with National Award winning director, Madhur Bhandarkar.
Ask the director how he decided to cast Ajay and he says, "It was very simple actually. I wanted a hero who was in his mid-forties with two kids. So my list was already very short. And even in that I needed someone with intense eyes. So the obvious choice was Ajay. He has not played something like this in a very long time. He was doing mainly action films. Here was a character who doesn't even slap anyone in the entire film. So he also liked the idea of playing a different character and came on board."
It'll indeed be a refreshing change to see Ajay in a film which is not typically comedy or action - genres in which we have seen him so many times that we've lost count.
Did a tree or something inspire her to wear this outfit? We're really confused?!
This is one weird combination. Isn't it?
We were first confused if this is Huma or no. But then that was not what shocked us, our eyes were left wide open with that choice of outfit.
We'll need glares to directly look at her in this shining dress.
Why does this outfit made in the first place?
Why? Why this dress?
This makes you look so dull, why you choose this?
Ditto like a wall!
What exactly is this?
We're actually out of words now.
If you've loved/liked/hated the film, and have any questions for the cast and crew, here's your chance. You can catch director Neeraj Ghaywan, actors Richa Chadha and Vicky Kaushal and co-writer Varun Grover in a Google Hangout discussing the film tomorrow 29th July at 1.30 pm.
So don't forget to log on to www.youtube.com/glamsham tomorrow!
Recently, our PMO Narendra Modi took some time out of his busy schedule to specially meet the BAAHUBALI actor. Not only this, even India's Home Minister Rajnath Singh had a brief meeting with him. Prabhas shared about the same on a social networking site.
Now he bumped into Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn, who was in Delhi lately to visit BJP Leader (National President) Amit Shah. We hear Prabhas who came to know that Ajay Devgn is put up in the same hotel, he requested his team to meet 'Singham' as he is huge fan of Ajay Devgn! Ajay Devgn was too delighted to meet the 'man of the moment' Prabhas in the national capital, as he has seen the film BAAHUBALI and absolutely loved it.
Prabhas was quite thrilled and excited to meet the reel life Singham in real, and introduced his family also to the actor. They spoke briefly about movies, and Prabhas even wished Ajay good luck for his forthcoming film DRISHYAM and told him he would be watching it soon!
Well, even we were equally 'thrilled' and 'delighted' to catch 'Baahubali' and 'Singham' in one frame!
Akanksha feels Madhur, being the pioneer and flag-bearer of women centric films (like CHANDNI BAR, PAGE 3, FASHION, HEROINE and others), has a great understanding of women's 'psyche'.
Akanksha, who has worked with Madhur, says, "I am quite surprised to come across a man, who truly understands the whole psyche of women. And that's the reason he is able to make this kind of cinema so well. He exactly knows how the women folks would react to a particular point or how they will behave in a particular situation and that's what also shows in his films as well."
She further shares her experience working with the master filmmaker.
"More than a director, Madhur has always been a very good friend and family to all of us. We are very free to talk to him and comfortable. He is so clear of what he wants and that makes easy for us also. He has the habit of changing reactions and does not stick to the script by word. He has the ability to change the scenes or reactions (of the actors) as per his understanding," says the newbie.
Besides Akanksha Puri, Madhur also introduces four new faces Ruhi Singh, Avani Modi, Kyra Dutt, Satarupa Pyne with CALENDAR GIRLS