Thursday, October 21, 2010

Deepika Padukone Wallpaper News Interviews – About her two different roles in Movies 2010

(1) Deepika Padukone will play two back-to-back film “Break ke Baad” and “Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey”at a time as Aaliya and Kalpana.
Break ke Baad Release Date – 26th November 2010 Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey Release Date – 23rd December 2010

(2) As per Latest Deepika Padukone Interviews, she said that, "I did 'Break Ke Baad' and '' immediately one after the other. So I think it was very challenging for me to shift from one character to another"

“Even though one film is a period film and the other is a modern day relationship story, both the characters - Aaliya and Kalpana - are very strong, independent women. They are girls who have their own set of ideals, girls who want to be independent; so in that way I have identified with both characters.” “I did ‘Break Ke Baad’ and ‘Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey’ immediately one after the other. So I think it was very challenging for me in terms of my mind space to shift from the character in a romantic modern-day love story to the one in a period film.”

“People feel that the films are similar, but that’s probably because both the films are love stories. Just because the genre is the same doesn’t mean that films are similar.”

“In fact Meera’s character from ‘Love Aaj Kal’ and Aliya’s character in ‘Break Ke Baad’ are completely different. Meera was a more mature, understanding girl, who understood relationships, she liked the idea of being in love, whereas Aliya is a complete opposite. She believes that if you are in a relationship, it doesn’t mean you have to get married. She doesn’t believe that a couple have to live together and certain things like that. Her way of thinking about a relationship is very different. She is also very immature sometimes when it comes to relationships.”

“Danish is a fantastic director; I think he is extremely talented and I’m not just saying this because I am working with him, but I think part of the reason for me to say yes to this film is because he came across as someone very confident, in spite of being a first time director.”

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