Aiyyaa! Rani Mukerji arranges special screening for Adi, Yash Chopra
- Dibyojyoti Baksi, Hindustan Times,
- Updated: Oct 10, 2012 01:49 IST
It's raining female-centric movies in Bollywood. After giving a stupendous performance in No One Killed Jessica, Rani Mukherjee returns with Anurag Kashyap's Aiyyaa.
Jointly produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Anurag Kashyap, Aiyyaa is based on the idea of switching the traditionally-conceived roles of women with men.
Director Sachin Kandalkar is paying homage to his Bollywood inspirations in his Hindi directorial debut, Aiyyaa.
Song track Dreamum Wakepum is currently doing for Aiyya what Ooh La La did for The Dirty Picture.
Rani Mukerji's loud look from the movie Aiyyaa reminds us of Vidya Balan in Dirty Picture.
Rani Mukerji in a quirky act from her upcoming film Aiyyaa.
Rani Mukerji is playing a Marathi girl who is inspired by Bollywood films.
Rani Mukerji in a song sequence from the film.
Rani Mukherji goes techno and desi in her marathi mulgi avatar for her upcoming Aiyya.
Rani Mukherjee is back! The actress will be seen in an upcoming film called Aiyyaa, written and directed by Sachin Kundalkar. The film is co-produced ...
Rani Mukerji’s special connection with Yash Raj Films and her relationship with filmmaker Aditya Chopra is well-known.
Now, in an evident show of proximity with the Chopras, Rani has arranged a private screening of her film Aiyyaa just for Aditya and Yash Chopra. The screening will take place at Yash Raj Studios this week. “As Adi is a very reserved guy, she arranged for a separate screening for him and his father,” says a source.
A separate screening has also been organised for Rani’s friends from the industry. “The guest list is not yet confirmed, but top actors and directors will attend the screening,” the source adds.
Jointly produced by filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, director Sachin Kundalkar’s film is a love story between a Marathi girl and a Tamil boy (played by south actor Prithviraj). The plot depicts a role reversal, where a man is shown as an object of desire being pursued by a woman.
When Viacom was contacted, a spokesperson confirmed the news of the private screenings at YRF, but refused to divulge any further details. The film releases on October 12.