Chandrachur Singh interview News
Chandrachur Singh: It’s a new beginning for me!
The Maachis man who conquered everyone’s hearts with his earnest performances in the 90s is back in the circuit. In a conversation over coffee, Chandrachur Singh reveals that his next films – Chaar Din Ki Chandni, The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Zilla Ghaziabad – make for some interesting work and he can be expected to be around longer
Recently, while watching Vidya Balan’s The Dirty Picture, I was pleasantly surprised to see the long forgotten Chandrachur Singh in the promos of Chaar Din Ki Chandni that were aired during the intermission. Back in 2009, he attempted to return to Bollywood with his brother’s production, Maruti Mera Dost. But the film failed at the box-office and one never heard of him after that. A few days after watching the promos, I sent him an SMS and he happily agreed to do an interview. Soon we met at one of the suburban hotels after one of his regular workout sessions. Apart from having his left arm in a sling (he dislocated his arm while on the sets of Josh and since then it has become a recurring problem) and putting on a few pounds here and there, the Maachis man looks very much like he did in his first film. And quite literally! He is sporting the handlebar moustache (like he did in Maachis) but without the beard. Click here to read more