Everyone wonders what kind of a relationship we (Sunny and I) are having. It is very beautiful and cordial. Whenever it is necessary he (Sunny) is always there, along with Dharamji, especially when this accident happened. He (Sunny) was the first person to come and see me at home and he saw that the right doctor is there for the stitches that were done on my face. I was really taken aback to see him showing so much interest. That shows what kind of a relationship we are having.
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Amazing Story – This is why successful Model & Actress Deepika Padukone could not complete her graduation
I haven’t gone to college. I just managed to finish my 11th and 12th (standards) also because by then I had become a successful model. And while I lived in Bengaluru, I still had to go to Mumbai and Delhi a lot of times for work. Then I tried doing my first year of degree, (but) I couldn’t do that. I tried distance education, I couldn’t do that as well. So, I am just 12th pass and my parents had a lot of issues with it back then.
Motivational Story – When Moushumi Chatterjee acted in films on her Father-in-law & Husband’s encouragement
“As my father-in-law was a renowned film celebrity many film personalities used to throng our house. One among them was filmmaker Shakti Samanta who insisted upon me to act in movies. I declined but both my father-in-law and my husband encouraged me thus I got Anuraag.” The film became very successful. She played a blind girl who falls in love, and her performance earned her a Filmfare nomination as Best Actress.
Karan wanted to have Rani’s voice in the movie (Kuch Kuch Hota Hai) dubbed. But changed his mind later and Rani’s husky tone became her signature later. Tina’s role was later played by Rani Mukerji, who was recommended to KJo by Aditya Chopra. It is said that Adi was quite impressed by Rani in her debut movie ‘Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat’. On the other hand, Rani too was keen to do the movie as she was smitten by the script in the first go.
I studied political science at Nalbari College and once, during a class, the teacher told me that theatre would get me nowhere in life. Feeling hurt, I stopped attending his classes. It took much convincing on the part of a classmate, who even shared her notes with me, to make me sit for the exams. I picked up an Honours degree, but I knew my mind a” I wanted to study at the National School of Drama.