OYE LUCKY LUCKY OYE has found appreciation and though it's box office outcome is not on the same scale as it should have been, mainly due to it's poor release timing (on the weekend of terror attack), Neetu Chandra is glad that the film has been noticed.
"When the best in the business acknowledge your work, it can't get more satisfying that Dibakar (Banerjee) did such a fantastic job with the film and again defied all stereotypes, just like KHOSLA KA GHOSLA", says Neetu Chandra.
In fact on her recent trip to New Delhi over the weekend gone by, she made it a point to acknowledge Manjot Singh, the boy who played a young Abhay Deol in his growing up years.
"We didn't have any scenes together but I noticed his performance in the film. He was brilliant. Dibakar just showed trust in him and roped him in for the role without worrying about the fact that he didn't come from a formal acting background", informs Neetu.
As per sources, the teenager was ecstatic when Neetu called him on landing in Delhi and told him how much she loved his work. "Yes, recognition should come where it is due. In fact I also asked him to join me for the promotional campaign that I planned to take in the city by visiting multiplexes and interacting with the audience."
Meanwhile Neetu is looking at a busy 2009 ahead with FLAT No. 13 B and KUSARPRASAD KA BHOOT being her next releases in the pipeline.