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FACE TO FACE with Gayatri Patel

Godfather II and Lord of the Rings; I love them both.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE |
March 30, 2009 3:25:37 am

What’s on your iPod?
Fergie’s Glamourous and Let’s Dance’s title track.

What’s your DVD pick?
Godfather II and Lord of the Rings; I love them both.

Your favourite romantic scene in a movie?
Serendipity — the scene when John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale finally meet.

Which actor you would love to go on a date with and why?
James McAvoy from Wanted and Atonement. He’s such a dynamic,intelligent actor. And he’s super hot.

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Which dialogue have you mouthed in front of the mirror the most?
“You are an inspiration to yourself”.

Who inspired you to become an actor?
My dad.

The worst film you ever watched?
I know what it takes to make a film. It isn’t fair to label someone’s work. It’s taken months or even years of hard work.

Which film you wish you could be a part of?
I only look ahead at the films that I will be apart of. I admire past works,but I’ve never wish I replaced a certain actress or anything. I only look ahead.

What makes you an actor?
That the audience should decide. In my opinion,just learning to be natural on camera makes an actor. If you observe people around you and are able to honestly present the audience with a true,natural character—that is being a good actor. So my goal is to keep striving towards that.

Quiz: From which movie is this dialogue: Vidya ke mandir mein paap ki ghanti mat bajaa,kutte.
Don’t know. (Correct answer: Don No 1)

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