Any actor in the position of a producer and a friend as a director would have loved to hog all the limelight in a project. But not Sanjay Suri who has allowed Sharman Joshi to stand at the center stage for SORRY BHAI. How did he actually resist the temptation and pitch Sharman as the main lead when he could have opted for better things for himself?
Replies Sanjay Suri, "As a producer one has to look at a film project in its entirety and not with a single minded vision. Sharman is a fine actor and he fits the part to the T. And as an actor I was there to support my friend Onir."
The film also boasts of senior actors like Boman Irani and Shabana Azmi, quite a casting coup in fact. Playing their son, what kind of camaraderie does he share with them in the film?
"It was lovely working with them", says Sanjay with genuine fondness for his coactors, "I used to meet Boman when I was modeling and he was a photographer, so we had lots to catch up on. Both Boman and Shabana ji are great to work with because they act with you and not alone, if you know what I mean. It was pure joy working with such talent."
Meanwhile the music of the film has just arrived on the shelf and 'Mere Khuda' is already making heads turn.
"Yes, it is my favorite too", replies Sanjay, "KK has done a phenomenal job, as always. I am also fond of 'Jalte Hain' and 'Pal'. Each of the three songs boasts of amazing melody. Composer Gaurav Dayal has done such a brilliant job."