August 4, 2015 9:08:07 am
“You cannot bring your personal life in front of the camera. Personally I love him. He is like a father to me. I’m a huge fan of his. But I cannot bring it in the film because that is the opposite of what I’m meant to play with him in the film,” said Abhishek about translating the off-screen camaraderie to on-screen chemistry in the film where they play a father-son duo.
Actor Supriya Pathak and director Umesh Shukla were also present at a special promotional interaction with the media.
“What our relationship is in real life is of no importance in front of the camera. We have to enact our characters. The two characters that we have in the film are of a father and son who don’t get along. They keep fighting. I think he troubles me a lot and he thinks I trouble him a lot. You see those shades that banter keeps on going throughout the film. At the end of the day, we’re actors and our job is to perform in front of the camera,” said Abhishek.
“All Is Well” is slated to release on 21 August and also stars Asin in the lead role. It is produced by Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series among others.
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