Director Rohit Shetty has of late been known for making male centric comic films, and most of his recent ventures, especially GOLMAAL and GOLMAAL RETURNS had heroines in relatively smaller roles. The charge that he is partial to his male actors and that his films are known mainly for them as that they get the best dialogues, best scope for performance etc has been labeled frequently against him. So what is his take on this?
The director clarifies and comes out strongly in self defense saying that although GOLMAAL was male oriented yet it had Rimi Sen in a very important role and even GOLMAAL RETURNS had Kareena Kapoor essaying an equally important part. He added that his heroines do get the scope to perform and they are not just mere props or simply used in dance sequences. Their characters are very much in keeping with the demand of the script and specially in ALL THE BEST, both the heroines, Bipasha Basu and Mugdha Godse, have strong roles and after seeing the film no one will be able say that his heroines don't make a difference to the film.
Well, that certainly makes us look forward to the exciting Diwali release, ALL THE BEST... FUN BEGINS.