Interview: Sridevi I’m closer to Janu and Khushi is closer to Boneyji,

Blue became the color of passion as his saree swayed in the breeze, singing an incalculable passion to an invisible lover. Kate nahin katte yeh din yeh raat in Mr. India celebrated blatant sensuality. And for once he did not let go of innocence. No wonder it forced a well-known director to say once, “Sridevi’s face does not know what his shape does to people!” A machismo dripping Feroz Khan in uniform, Sridevi in ​​flaming red, his silhouette moves in tandem with the rising and falling of the waves in Har kisoko nahin milta … continues to inspire remixes years after Janbaaz hit the screens. Just like its serpentine seduction game in Nagin has spawned a legion of television shows and movies. Yash Chopra found his muse as he walked through the gauzy clouds at Chandni, approaching the Swiss valleys to his home.Source By:

It was his effortlessly mounted two-horseback in the Chopra Lamhe once again, which continued to make the rebel romance maintain the pride of place in Chopra’s work. Truly, Sridevi was an industry to herself. A star whose luminescence was his – not borrowed from his male counterparts.

In stark contrast to the lingering halo, Sridevi at home comes unadorned. A wife who does not think twice before walking to the temple of Siddhivinayak in Dadar for the welfare of husband Boney Kapoor. In the blink of an eye, she can judge to go non-vegetarian fare if she can encourage him to quit smoking.

His award-winning purchase, between his Gucci and Prada selections some time ago, was a luxury car for him, since, as he said, he could not “afford” it. For daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi, she is the satellite that moves around them – scrutinizing her low-calorie menu, picking the freshest fish to pamper her taste buds, overseeing her bright closet … aside from, of course, Keeping their sweet secrets. Their stardom may be for the world. But his world is his family … Extracts …
What was it that challenged you as an actor?

The emotional journey of the character, for me, was extreme. In addition, working with talented actors like Akshaye Khanna and Nawazuddin Siddiqui kept me alert.

Does being a mother help you understand the complexity of emotions and express them through your character?

As a mother it is disconcerting to imagine myself in the situation of my character. So the whole experience was emotionally draining. But as an actor it was certainly a satisfying experience. Of course, being a mother helped me to better understand the character’s emotions.

The film seems to be dark in some parts. Did the character you played affect you?

It’s a mistake to think it’s a dark movie. We have tried to turn it into an exciting family drama that is also exciting. However, the issue is relevant today.

Parts of Mom were shot in Georgia. What kept you through the difficult conditions?

The weather really was not on our side because normally during the shooting we wait for the clouds to pass. But Ravi (Udyawar, director) wanted a gloomy stage and clouds for a few sequences. So we would spend hours waiting for the sun to go. It was difficult to shoot in such a remote place, in such harsh climatic conditions. But every time we looked at the monitor, it motivated us to move on.

The hardest part of the shooting was the food. The basic diet is meat, potatoes, mushrooms and cheese. And since we were staying in a lodge in a remote village, we did not have much choice. I was a vegetarian during this time. So basically I survived on the mushrooms for 15 days. But honestly, because my children, Jhanvi and Khushi accompanied me and stayed there everywhere, none of the difficulties seemed to me so difficult.

What has been the contribution of her husband Boney Kapoor to Mom?

He is the most passionate and involved producer I have encountered. Without him, Mom would not have been possible. He deserves credit for everything – from the motivation and care of each cast member and crew, to the fulfillment of the vision for Mom.

His look in the film is nervous but fascinating …

Manish Malhotra has designed my look in the film. He is known for his glamor to Bollywood. But he is so talented at creating authentic looks according to the character. It puts thought into every detail. The color, the fabric that I carry in each scene is in accordance with the mood of my character. It is symbolic but without effort.

At the launch of Mama’s trailer, Salman Khan introduced you as a star that is larger than the Khans. Were you overwhelmed?

It was humble to hear a great compliment. It is definitely overwhelming. I can not thank you enough for such a tribute.

Salman and you share a passion for painting. You have someone.

You have made vibrant characters on the screen. But outside of you you seem to be an introvert …

Yes, I’ve always believed in letting my work speak for me. It’s not really me talking much. Of course, when I’m with people who are close to me, I’m more at ease. I remember that at the beginning of our relationship, Boneyji used to beg me to speak more. And now it’s just the opposite.

Five things we do not know about you …

Those close to me tell me that I am ingenious. I’m sweet. I’m obsessed with shopping. I am extremely religious and sensitive.


Boneyji once said that you like to do simple things like going to the market to buy fish for the family … To be honest, I do not like going to the market to buy fish or anything else. It’s just out of concern. When they have seafood, I like to make sure it is fresh. Especially, Boneyji, it’s finicky about the food. But I like to feed my children, lubricating their hair, choosing what they should use … It gives me so much happiness to do these things for them.

Is Leo making you a ferociously loyal wife?

Yes, I am fiercely loyal to Boneyji. But I do not think about any of this is a big problem. If I do not do things for my family, who else will?

When your husband says he is still “deeply in love with you,” does he make you feel special?

Yes, of course, it makes me feel special. And I’m deeply in love with him too. With each passing day, my love for him grows. In fact, calling it “love” is no longer enough.

What has remained unchanged in it?

His love for me. And of course, he’s an honest person, he’s emotional, he can always make me laugh. It is always there for me. We are always there for each other.

Any regrets in life?

I wish we had not taken my mother to New York for her treatment (the afternoon Rajeswari Ayyappan underwent surgery on the wrong side of her brain there).

Years ago you had promised that you would never gain weight. How difficult was it to maintain that?

It has become my lifestyle now. Being health conscious is second nature to me. My body does not respond well when I skip a job, or when I have a late night, or when I binge. I do not feel good doing anything like that. I am proud to take care of myself.All 300MB Dual Audio Bollywood Hollywood Free Upcoming Moviesat UpcomingMovies4U.Com

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