Randeep, you play 18 characters in MERE KHWABON MEIN JO AAYE. Didn't it become monotonous for you after a point in time? Absolutely not. As I have always maintained, every character is very different and the way I come and go is also quite meaningful. Also, it doesn't turn out to be episodic at all. That's the beauty of the movie, the novelty of the screenplay. How an ignored housewife rises up in life is very believable. There are quite a few instances when there are two voices in her head - one says 'do it' and other says 'don't'. It all turns out to be quite funny and entertaining.
Working in a film like this, didn't an actor in you feel that 'Ok, now I have played 18 characters in one film? So what next do I do?' Not really because it is easy to get over the 18 roles. As an actor you are always hungry for more and keep learning stuff. You want to take up the next job and improve on it. I am actually a pain in my own a$$ because I am always so far from being satisfied. I can never hear myself saying that 'Ok boss, I guess this was my best work.'
You seem to be getting one of your best releases though in the recent times, especially due to PVR association with the project. Certainly. These are the guys who have movies like JAANE TU YA JAANE NAA and TAARE ZAMEEN PAR behind them. It is always good to be getting on board with such thoughtful producers. I guess this is where my last film RU BA RU got stuck because there was no promotion or marketing. In these departments, PVR is quite good. Since they are also the distributors, they are also involved in sale and release of the film. It's all in-house. This is one great aspect of PVR as they invariably give a huge boost to a movie, especially a movie of this nature.