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  • | October 5th, 2014

    Naseeruddin Shah: I would kick Homi Adajania’s ass if he made another movie like Cocktail

    Naseeruddin Shah: I would kick Homi Adajania’s ass if he made another movie like Cocktail

    Naseeruddin Shah praises Homi Adajania for valuing aesthetics and authenticity and adds that the director is also savvy enough to make a completely synthetic and crass film like Cocktail
    After working with the director in his dark drama Being Cyrus and his recent quirky film Finding Fanny, the National Award-winning actor seems to be quite impressed with Adajania’s way of working. Click here to read more

  • | August 10th, 2013

    Naseeruddin Shah: I don’t think anybody should try remaking Masoom

    Naseeruddin Shah: I don’t think anybody should try remaking Masoom

    The veteran actor-director cringes at the very mention of the remake trend. He says he neither understands the business of remakes, nor is he in favour of a new version of his 1983 critically acclaimed film Masoom
    “I don’t understand this remake business. Films that are being remade shouldn’t be made in the first place. Bollywood is just betraying its complete mental lethargy by doing this! Click here to read more

  • | April 6th, 2012

    Naseeruddin Shah escapes from Pakistan!

    Naseeruddin Shah escapes from Pakistan!

    The actor has just completed a Pakistani film on illegal immigration, titled Zinda Bhaag
    At a time when Naseeruddin Shah is trending amongst fans of the superbly vulgar trailer of Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum, thanks to him being mentioned in a joke there, the actor himself has managed to return to India. He was in Pakistan, shooting for a film named Zinda Bhaag (Escape Alive). The film is in Urdu and Punjabi and is due for a release next year. Shah’s first Pakistani film was Shoaib Mansoor’s Khuda Kay Liye that was a hit on both sides of the border. Shah spent some time in Lahore a month ago in order to soak up Pakistani culture and the way Urdu and Punjabi are spoken there. He then returned and filmed for a week, wrapped up his part and returned home to India. Click here to read more