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Rahul Khanna dislikes kids & animals

August 21, 2008 4:54:01 PM IST
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Rahul Khanna has always disliked working with kids and animals as he believes that they are difficult to deal with on the sets. Rahul reluctantly agreed to ace cinematographer Santosh Sivan's directorial venture - TAHAAN which required him to shoot with a kid and a donkey.

But his whole perception about working with kids and animals changed while shooting on the sets. He reveals that he was totally impressed with the kid who was so natural while acting. A scene required Rahul to hold a cold face while the kid cries. The kid enacted it so well that the entire crew was in tears and Rahul had to hold back his tears.

And about the donkey he exclaims that he has not seen an animal as beautiful as the donkey. He thinks he was more expressive than the kids and very well behaved and disciplined. When you tell the donkey something he really understands. And working with the animal has really changed his views about the species which otherwise are believed to be dumb.



 
 

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