Randeep Hooda has found a way to differentiate his female directors from male directors. He says that while men look for a sex element in the way they project their heroines, for women, it's the 'complete man' factor that counts most.
''That's the way it is in the movies, isn't it'', questions Randeep who will be seen as an element of Raima Sen's fantasy in MERE KHWABON MEIN JO AAYE. This fantasy element in not just restricted to sexual quotient here though. ''That's true'', Randeep comments, ''Usually when male directors bring a woman on screen, it's about fantasies that are more sexual in nature. This is why you see item numbers etc. being thrown in.''
It's different when it comes to women. ''They look more for a complete man. Since MERE KHWABON MEIN JO AAYE is directed by a woman (Madhureeta Anand) all those aspects are shown in my personality that a woman would actually want to see in her man.''
''My physicality has been used in the film but to minimal measure'', he adds, ''However, women don't have an overtly sexual fantasy as well. So small things like listening to them, pulling their leg, making them laugh are included in the narrative of the film.''
A PVR presentation, MERE KHWABON MEIN JO AAYE is releasing this Friday.