Bombay Talkies features four short films shot by Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap and Dibakar Banerjee. Take a look!
Karan Johar's part stars Rani Mukerji, Randeep Hooda and Saqib Saleem and sees Rani playing a sexually repressed housewife as well as a journalist.
Randeep Hooda plays Rani Mukerji's husband in the film.
Dibakar Banerjee's film stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sadashiv Amrapukar and it explores an emotional father-son relationship. The film has been adapted from Satyajit Ray's film ...
Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a still from the film.
Zoya Akhtar's film stars Ranvir Shorey, Katrina Kaif and a little kid. Apparently, the short film sees Kaif playing herself, as a stylish diva.
Rani Mukerji will be seen as a journalist for the second time after No One Killed Jessica.
Little kid wants to be Sheila in this part of the film.
News of Rani Mukerji playing the role of a print journalist in Karan Johar’s segment in the upcoming short film collective Bombay Talkies has been doing the rounds for a while. Now, we’ve been informed that Randeep Hooda, who plays her husband in the short film, will be seen essaying a similar part — that of a news anchor. His role apparently has been inspired by two immensely popular television anchors.
A source close to the film says, “Randeep plays a bold and aggressive journalist in the film, and to prepare for the role, he met several channel heads. He wanted to get a feel of the job and understand how a newsroom functions. When you watch him in the film, his character will definitely remind audiences of two very well known Indian TV anchors.”
Producer Ashi Dua confirms the news, saying, “It’s true that his role is based on two real-life news anchors. It’ll be interesting, as his character gels well with his own personality.”
Karan’s segment that is titled, Ajeeb Dastan Hai Yeh, also stars newcomer Saqib Saleem, who was recently seen in Mere Dad Ki Maruti. The film comprises three other short films, directed by Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee and Anurag Kashyap.