Updated: December 19, 2014 11:12:59 am
After an extremely long wait (Raju Hirani took 5 years to make the film), Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ hits screens on Friday (December 19) and it is the big big release today. Right from the time it was first announced, to Aamir Khan’s almost-naked poster catching our eye, lead actress Anushka Sharma’s pixie look and the catchy tunes that the makers released, ‘PK’ has succeeded in being the most-anticipated film of all time in B-Town.
Apart from the long wait, the makers have created immense curiosity and hype surrounding its release, especially since nobody really knows what the film is about. Some claim that Aamir Khan plays an alien, while others say he is a God Man in the film.
Shot in parts of Rajasthan and Delhi, ‘PK’ will also have Aamir Khan speaking in Bhojuri, which is bound to leave you quite impressed.
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Anushka Sharma, who is also making a comeback on screen after a 2 year-long hiatus, will be playing a journalist, while ‘Kai Po Che’ actor Sushant Singh Rajput will be seen as her love interest. “I am playing a regular working woman in the film, something that I have played in most of my films. But she’s not a journalist just for the sake of it—she’s an idealist and is trying to adapt to the set-up. In the film, you see her emotional journey—this girl has seen things in life that has made her more mature,” said the actress in an exclusive interview with Screen.
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Ahead of the film’s release, the actor has hosted a few film screenings of ‘PK’ for his industry friends and family. “Azad is calling me PK now,” said Aamir talking about his son. About his family’s reactions, Aamir said, “Judging by the age groups – Azad is 3, Ira is 16, my. Wife is – I can’t tell you her age, she’ll kill me. Ammi is in her 80’s and everybody loved it. Ammi told me this is your finest work.”
The film also features Boman Irani, Sanjay Dutt and Saurabh Shukla.
Ajay Atul, Shantanu Moitra and Ankit Tiwari have composed the music for the comedy drama. The tunes are melodic as well as catchy. Songs like ‘Love is a waste of time’ and ‘Nanga Punga Dost’ have already become popular since their release.
Tickets for the film will be reasonably priced, thanks to the ‘PK’ team, who were determined that the comedy drama be open to all as it a universal film.
Keep watching this space for the film’s review which will be up in a few hours.
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