Chitrangda Singh, who will be seen locking lips with her co-star John Abraham in the soon-to-be-released flick I, Me Aur Main, gets candid about cosying up on-screen for the film.
“My character Anushka is in a live-in relationship with Ishaan, played by John. It’s natural for two people living together to get physical,” she reasons, adding, “I was comfortable kissing John. There was no awkwardness. The ease that you share with a person reflects in your on-screen chemistry.” The two actors got to know each other during Desi Boyz (2011). “John’s a simple guy, very approachable, and easy to get along with,” she says fondly.
Ask her if she is carefully crafting a sexy image of herself, given that she also had some intimate scenes with Arjun Rampal in Inkaar, the other film she did this year, and the 36-year-old says, “Sex appeal comes to me naturally. I don’t work hard towards it. I carry a bit of me in every role I do.”
So what is on the career wishlist, we ask. “I’m dying to work with Zoya Akhtar. She’s a fab director. Then I would love to work with Vishal Bhardwaj, Raju Hirani and Anurag Basu,” she shares. MORE ON I, ME AUR MAIN
Prachi glad to play her age in I Me Aur Main
Prachi Desai is happy that with I Me aur Main she finally got to play a role she always desired. "I can finally heave a sigh of relief that I have got to play a role that is of my own age. It has come to me a little late but, as they say, better late than never," the 24-year-old said here Wednesday at the launch of Neutrogena videos that will be first shown on their Facebook page.
"All the roles I got before this were way beyond my years. I have always played somebody older than actually me. I am so glad that I got this character, Gauri to play," added Prachi. READ ON John Abraham's film drops Honey Singh
Rapper Honey Singh has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. The composer, who recently stirred up a controversy with one of his songs, has now lost out on an opportunity due to his public image. The makers of John Abraham’s next, I, Me Aur Main, have apparently dropped the idea of getting a song composed by Honey for the film.
A source close to the production unit reveals, “It was supposed to be a party number, but the producers decided to scrap it at the last minute because of the controversies Honey has been embroiled in." FULL STORY