‘That girl…’ my last intense film with Kalki: Anurag (Movie Snippets)

August 9th, 2011 - 4:50 pm ICT by IANS  

Amitabh Bachchan Mumbai, Aug 9 (IANS) Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap said “That Girl In Yellow Boots” will be his last high-voltage intense film with newly-wed wife Kalki Koechlin as such movies take a toll on their relationship.

“I am very serious about it. I won’t work with Kalki again till the time I have a lighter romantic film for her. When we work on intense films, our relationship gets very intense,” Anurag said in a statement.

“It takes a toll on our personal interactions. Besides this, the chances of creative clashes are high while working on the same project, and convincing the other becomes difficult at times,” he said.

“This stresses out our relation. So, we have decided to keep our relation safe by avoiding working together,” he added.

Kalki’s debut “Dev D” was helmed by Anurag. Then they went on to do “Shaitan” produced by him. They are back again with “That Girl In Yellow Boots”, which is directed by Anurag.

“That Girl in Yellow Boots” is a thriller tracing Ruth’s (Kalki) search for her father — a man she hardly knew but cannot forget. The film is slated for a Sep 2 release.

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I want to learn from the youth: Amitabh

A part of Bollywood for over four decades, megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s hunger to learn is still intact. He now wants to learn new things from the younger actors of today.

“I want to learn from the younger actors today because this generation has their own concepts. If you want to grow, you need to accept change and new things,” the 68-year-old told IANS.

The actor is currently looking forward to his much-hyped film “Aarakshan” slated to release Friday.

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I would love to run around trees: Mahie Gill

Mahie Gill, since her foray into Bollywood, has been part of more realistic cinema like “Dev D”, “Gulaal” and now “Not A Love Story”. But the actress is itching to do full-on commercial films.

“I would love to do typical candy floss commercial films. I love Sridevi and I love films where the heroine runs in chiffon saris. I would love to do all that but no director offers me those roles. I don’t know why,” said a disappointed Mahie.

The actress featured in Punjabi films before entering Bollywood.

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