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Dino's fascination with one big, happy family
By Subhash K. Jha, IANS
It seems that director Sooraj Barjatya has rubbed off his fascination for big family on Dino Morea as he is on cloud nine since his two brothers have moved into his home permanently.
"I really like the feeling of having my family around. I've a large house. And it felt empty until my brothers moved in this year with my parents. I feel so much more fulfilled and complete. It's really nice to have a family to come back to at the end of the day."
While Dino's parents have gone back to Bangalore, his brothers Nicolo and Santino have decided to stay on.
"They'll be part of my production house which I'm starting now."
Dino is ready to launch his production house Clockwork Films.
"I'll be playing one of the leads. But for the title role I need another actor. Now that the script is ready we'll approach the actor I want."
So what happened with Nelly Furtado on New Year's Eve at Shah Rukh Khan's party?
"Nothing! Absolutely nothing. I don't know why such a hullabaloo was made about my meeting with Nelly.
"It was brief and formal. I told her, 'I'd love to spend the whole night talking to you. That's it. Nowadays I'm too much into my work to be in the flirty mood," said Dino.
His next release is Vikram Bhatt's "Life Main Kabhi Kabhie".
"It's about a group of friends - Aftab Shivdasani, Sammir Dattani and I - who take different routes in life and finally meet up at the end. It's a superb script and if all goes well, it'll be Bhatt's best film since 'Raaz' where I played the lead. I've my fingers crossed."
"You crazy? Who'd want to marry me?"
Apart from films, Dino is equally involved in sports activities. Recently, he flew down to Chennai for a celebrity tennis match with Vijay Amritraj and others.
"I've played tennis professionally. And if I wasn't an actor you'd have seen me in the tennis courts."