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‘I’m like a boy’

entertainment Updated: Jul 15, 2010 13:35 IST
Sujata Reddy
Sujata Reddy
Hindustan Times
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Priyanka Chopra is finally back in the city, after remaining pretty inaccessible to the outside world during the shooting of Saat Khoon Maaf in Coorg. Looking back, Chopra says that she misses that kind of solitude.



"It was absolute bliss. I was in touch with my friends and family and a couple of them even came visiting on the sets. But apart from that, I was cut of from the rest of the world and I miss those days," she sighs. She’s cast opposite seven men in the movie, but Chopra insists that she was the biggest brat on the sets. "I’m like a boy too, so I’d say I was the most mischievous. And I troubled Vishal (Bhardwaj) the most," she chuckles.



Priyanka ChopraNo Dostana 2

The actress is not going to be a part of Dostana 2, but says that she is far from being disappointed. "My story comes to an end with Bobby (Deol). So there was nothing for me to do in the sequel," she says. However, Chopra says that she will definitely hop over to the sets to visit the Dostana 2 team and say hi to all during its making. "Katrina (Kaif) is doing the sequel and I think she’s the perfect choice for the role," opines Chopra.



Her soon to release Anjaana Anjaani, opposite Ranbir Kapoor, says Chopra "was fun to work on. It’s about two strangers who meet under unusual circumstances. It’s a romantic comedy." Ask her which of the two movies she is more excited about and she quips, "That’s like asking me which of my two eyes are more important to me!"



A lot has been said about Chopra missing out on three-time National Award-winning director Madhur Bhandarkar’s next film, Heroine, to arch rival Kareena Kapoor. But Chopra insists that she was never offered the film to begin with. "Madhur never offered Heroine to me. Madhur is a dear friend, and I think Kareena and he are a lethal combination. I can’t wait to see the film. Anyway, I’m tied up till June next year, so there was no way I could have done the film," she clarifies.

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Anjaana Anjaani, directed by Siddharth Anand: Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra play the roles of two individuals who, fed up with failures in life, decide to commit suicide. The story takes a different turn when both of them end up at the same bridge at the same time.

Vishal Bhardwaj’s Saat Khoon Maaf: Directed by Rohan Sippy, the film is based on Ruskin Bond’s story, Susanna’s Seven Husband’s, about a woman who bumps off her seven spouses.

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