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Not only is he big in Bollywood, Sammir Dattani has a parallel career in the South, having delivered hits in Karnataka’s Sandalwood film industry and in Tamil cinema. After an eight year innings it looks as though things are going to skyrocket further for this chocolate boy hero, who has been seen on screen in Pyaar Mein Twist, Corporate, and Mukhbiir. With Well Done Abba releasing this Friday and I Hate Luv Storys just months away, it is a busy time ahead for the Bombay boy. In a freewheeling chat with Steven Baker, Sammir talks about playing a double role in real life, his talent for languages, and his expectations for the future.
Sammir, as well as acting in Bollywood, you are also big in the South Indian film industry where you are known by the name Dhyan. Do you feel like you are playing a double role in real life? »
Dimple Kapadia is once again teaming up with two of her old co-stars - Nana Patekar and Rishi Kapoor. The bold and the beautiful actress says she gets an inferiority complex while working with Nana even after 16 years while she feels Rishi has now become an 'atom bomb'.Dimple is working with Nana in forthcoming film 'Tum Milo Toh Sahi' and will be seen with Rishi in 'Patiala House'.'I was completely thrilled when I came to know I was being paired with Nana...Working with him is difficult, but it gives me great pleasure. To match his level of acting and performance is quite a challenge. His portrayal and understanding of roles continues to make me feel inferior even after so many years,' Dimple told Ians over phone from Mumbai.The two were first paired together in 'Krantiveer' in 1994. Now they play »
2 items from 2010
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