November 30, 2010 12:02:57 PM IST Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
Admitting that she has just started off in the business of making cinema, two films old Anushka Sharma credits her understanding of the medium to the limited exposure in celluloid that she has enjoyed so far. Due to that very reason, even though BAND BAAJA BAARAAT appears to be a regular romcom disguised in the package of story about weddings, she doesn't mind that.
"See, we would all agree that at the end of it all, there are just a few stories that can be told. So eventually it all boils down to how well can that story be told", Anushka gets serious here, "This is where able writing and direction comes into picture, something which is the USP of BAND BAJAA BAARAAT. What Habib Faisal (writer) and Maneesh Sharma (director) have done to the film has brought in a lot of freshness, energy, laughter, joy and a feel good factor."
She also understands that this is a very important film in her career, especially so since not just BAND BAJAA BAARAAT presents her in an altogether different light when compared to her first two films but also promises to register a hat trick of successes if it clicks at the box office.
"Yes, there is no denying the fact that this is a very important film for me", Anushka nods in agreement here; "This is one film where I have thought about a lot. When compared to my first two films, there is too much of me out here, which only makes it further special. Right through it's making, my mind was constantly occupied just with this film. The entire experience of working on this film has gone so deep down in my psyche that I can speak anything about it now; I am so clear about every aspect of it."
With music by Salim-Sulaiman which is already vying for a higher up position in the music charts, courtesy more than just a couple of foot tapping tracks, BAND BAJAA BAARAAT releases all over on 10th December.