On ‘Kuch Kuch Locha Hai’, ‘The Meeeting’ and More: In Conversation with Actor Navdeep Chhabra

Actor Navdeep Chhabra who made his Bollywood debut with Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is now gearing up for his next release. Sharing screen space with Sunny Leone and Ram Kapoor was a learning experience for this Delhi boy and now he is back on screen with a short film, The Meeeting. In a freewheeling chat with MAM, Navdeep Chhabra spoke to us about his experience of working on Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, The Meeting and a lot more. Given below is an excerpt from the conversation-

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Navdeep Chhabra is back with ‘The Meeeting’

Ram Sir was around to guide me for Kuch Kuch Locha Hain but this time I was on my own: Navdeep Chhabra

Navdeep Chhabra is back with ‘The Meeeting’

Actor Navdeep Chhabra who made his Bollywood debut with Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is now gearing up for his next release. Sharing Screen space with Sunny Leone and Ram Kapoor was a learning experience for this Delhi boy and now he is back on screen with a short film, The Meeeting. Continue reading “Navdeep Chhabra is back with ‘The Meeeting’”

Humshakals Movie Review : The Joke’s on You, Sajid!

Humshakals PosterAll through the weekend, I have read atleast 4-5 reviews of Sajid Khan’s latest big budget summer film, Humshakals. Even the most sellout critics, or rather trade analysts, have ruthlessly panned it, painting it as a blustery, agonizingly mawkish film. Some may think that why do these people bother to go and watch his films when they are already expecting a steady quality decline. One answer to that is that reviewing Humshakals is like reviewing any other weekend release, a job for most critics. The other answer is that we voraciously look forward to Sajid’s film to pull out our knives and go scything at him, producing a hilarious piece for people to read and share on social networks. I have only one question to everyone – What did you go in expecting in a Sajid Khan film? You already knew Humshakals will serve the most puerile form of physical comedy, most of which may also not be as funny. Then why the mercurial tempers at having received exactly that. Here is where I tend to think that critics look forward to such opportunities, which is a little uncalled for. Continue reading “Humshakals Movie Review : The Joke’s on You, Sajid!”

Mere Dad Ki Maruti Movie Review: A thoroughly enjoyable film

Y Films’ Mere Dad Ki Maruti( MDKM) was the first film I saw today out of three Hindi releases this weekend. Though it became the first choice more out of chance than out of expectations, I was still pretty kicked about it thanks to the cheeky escalations of promos over last couple of weeks. Continue reading “Mere Dad Ki Maruti Movie Review: A thoroughly enjoyable film”