Deepti Naval to be honoured in Los Angeles
Subhash K. Jha, IANS
In case you have been wondering where Deepti Naval has been hiding, here's a curtain raiser for things to come in this talented actress' career: she is not only on the verge of a new film release "Yatra", the actress is all set to attend a retrospective of her films in Los Angeles on April 19.
"It's at the Indian Film Festival. It's an honour because I don't generally get honoured in this way," Deepti told IANS.
"And last year they had honoured Naseeruddin Shah. So I'm in an august company. They'll be showing some of my best works like 'Main Zinda Hoon', 'Kamla', 'Ankahee' and 'Panchvati'. It feels good to have your work being thus honoured."
Deepti is also very proud of her work in Goutam Ghosh's "Yatra".
"I play Nana Patekar's wife. The last time we got together was in 'Shakti - The Power', and again I really enjoyed myself, though I had only one important scene with Nana."
She is about to sign one more film with Nana. Then there is the sequel to 'Saath Saath', one of her most beloved films.
"I'd love to get together with Farooque Sheikh again. We did some of our best films together," she said.