Updated: August 11, 2015 12:52:18 pm
Bollywood veteran actor Rishi Kapoor teased his All Is Well co-star Asin and asked her the reason behind her ‘Sharma’-oing (feeling shy) at the press conference of their film held in Gurgaon on Monday (August 10). And we know the reason behind him stressing over the word ‘Sharma’.
“Why don’t you say something? Should I get you a tablet?”, Rishi Kapoor said, hinting at the mobile phone company.
Asin, who revealed that she will be getting married to Rahul Sharma, co-founder of Micromax, looked beautiful and was very shy and smiling through the press conference.
“Please say something, aap SHARMA kyu rahi hain? We haven’t heard anything from her (Asin). She is all the time Sharma’oing,” Kapoor quipped.
Asin blushed after Rishi Kapoor’s response and quickly added, “I had this coming”.
Asin was accompanied by her co-actors Abhishek Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor, Supriya Pathak and director Umesh Shukla.
Talking about the film, Rishi Kapoor said: “You’ve seen this kind of movies before, but this film has been treated with an entertaining way. This is the modern day Shravan Kumar who takes his family along. The film is about the relationship of a father and his son, the son and his girlfriend.”
“The fights that you will see between a husband (Rishi Kapoor) and his wife (Supriya Pathak) create a psychological impact on the kid. The boy has different ideas and leaves his parents,” added director Umesh Shukla.
When Abhishek Bachchan was asked about his take on a father-son relationship, he said: “In our family we sit across the table and talk it out. We indulge in a healthy discussion.”
This week is also an important week for his father Amitabh Bachchan’s blockbuster ‘Sholay’ as the movie will complete 40 years of its release. When asked about the same, the actor replied, “I was in my mother’s stomach during the premiere of ‘Sholay’. One of my favourite films of my dad is ‘Kaala Pathhar’ which will also complete 39 years. I remember Salim Uncle, Javed uncle telling me stories when I was young. Some day we could be a part of such a film and other generations would listen about our films.”
“I have been brought up with values and principles. My mother has always said that success and failure comes and goes,” said Abhishek.
The movie which is about a dysfunctional family will release on September 21.
(With PTI inputs)
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