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‘I don’t see Arjun Kapoor as the child of a famous Bollywood maker, Mohit Suri reveals

In the wake of giving us two sentimental adventures, Aashiqui 2 and Ek Villain, Mohit Suri is back with another, Half Girlfriend. The motion picture depends on Chetan Bhagat’s novel called Half Girlfriend and it stars Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor in the number one spot parts. In a meeting with Bombay Times, Mohit opens up about the film, why he picked Arjun and Shraddha for Half Girlfriend and his very own life. The movie producer shares an enthusiastic associate with Arjun which made him feel that Arjun would be ideal for the part. The chief likewise discusses how Chetan Bhagat is bashed via web-based networking media and safeguards the essayist.

About picking Arjun and Shraddha for the film, he says,” I have a passionate associate with Arjun. I don’t take a gander at him as the child of a famous Bollywood maker, however as somebody who has been raised by a free single parent. I have seen his hardships – his fight to get more fit and doing things that individuals said he would never do. Madhav Jha, his character in the film, is a considerable measure that, too. Address Arjun about his past connections and he’ll say , `Dude, do you perceive how I used to look? Do you think I got any young ladies, ever?’ He doesn’t state it with intensity, yet silliness. Every one of these things signified who Madhav is. Likewise, I cast Shraddha in Aashiqui 2 since I saw her with oil in her hair, conversing with her bai in Marathi. I like individuals who are not Bollywoodised.”

Mohit additionally admitted that he some way or another finds terrible endings exceptionally fulfilling. He says,” I think about how a few people are generally so upbeat . As much as bliss is a piece of life, love is not just about being with somebody at upbeat circumstances. You cherish a man for hisher flaws as well and that is the thing that Aashiqui 2 was for me.Awarapan (2007) was me doubting the presence of God. I let my considerations reflect in my movies. In any case, on account of Aashiqui 2, the film ended up being a colossal achievement, however I lost my dad around that time.The one individual I needed to impart my prosperity to was not there, so it didn’t make a difference to me any longer. I felt incomplete.So, regardless of the possibility that I make a thriller now, it will be about a man looking for something.”

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