Emraan effortless actor, says Bipasha (Movie Snippets)

September 5th, 2012 - 2:15 pm ICT by IANS  

Bipasha Basu New Delhi, Sep 5 (IANS) “Raaz 3″ is Bipasha Basu’s second film with Emraan Hashmi and she seems to be impressed with his acting skills.

Highlighting her co-star’s emoting qualities in front of the camera, she told IANS that “Emraan is an amazing actor to work with. He is effortless and one of the most convincing actor I have ever worked with”.

“He says the most unconvincing lines in the most convincing way,” she added.

Bipasha and Emraan earlier worked together in 2003 release “Footpath”, which was the latter’s debut film.

Directed by filmmaker Vikram Bhatt, “Raaz 3″, a sequel to 2009 film “Raaz”, also features actress Esha Gupta.


Panda rues lack of children’s films

In the absence of good children’s movies, the young ones are forced to watch sex and violence on the screen, complains director Nila Madhab Panda and adds that filmmakers do not treat them as kids.

Disappointed with the fact that there aren’t enough films made for the little ones to sit back and enjoy, he told IANS: “There are no children’s films nowadays. Actually, we don’t treat a child as a kid. They are always treated as an adult. We are selfish people. We watch films like ‘Delhi Belly’ and ‘Rowdy Rathore’ with children.”

“We make them watch the sex and violence in movies with us. With the lack of children’s cinema, there is also a decrease in family movies. All this is disturbing the whole family entertainment system,” added the 38-year-old.

He is known for making message-based children’s films - “I Am Kalam” and “Jalpari: The Desert Mermaid” - and he roped in child artists for the same.


Parvin Dabas happy film industry expanding

Actor Parvin Dabas appreciates the kind of movies made by directors nowadays and says the industry is expanding that is why the change is visible.

“I quite like that filmmakers are making different kind of movies. All this has been possible because of the boom in multiplexes, where there is enough space for other kinds of films to flourish and expand,” Parvin told IANS.

“I don’t think things are changing, I believe it is expanding. The audience is getting a wide variety of films… it is great to see that,” he added.

The 38-year-old, who turned director with “Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande”, is busy with three films as an actor and is also working on his second directorial project.

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