Katrina Kaif, who has got the nation grooving to ‘Kala Chashma', is all set to blow your minds with her upcoming release BAAR BAAR DEKHO. The actress, during media interactions, spoke about the movie, working with Dharma, failures and how believes BAAR BAAR DEKHO can be a game-changer.
Here are the excerpts:
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What is BAAR BAAR DEKHO all about?
BAAR BAAR DEKHO is a love story and an extremely emotional one, but set in a different way. A lot of people have spoken about the time travel factor in the film. It's not much about time travel as following the love story of Jai and Dia from 8 to 60. But we do not tell the story in the linear fashion of the film. More importantly, what we're hoping to tell is what different stages of a relationship one goes through – maybe when you are frustrated, get married, once you have kids.
What do you look in a script?
Something that connects to me. If it connects to me, then can connect to other people. Especially with BAAR BAAR DEKHO, it's one of the best characters I have played. Dia is someone I think every woman can connect to.
How was it working with Dharma for the first time?
Dharma is the co-producer on the film. Interaction was mainly with Excel. But my equation with Karan goes long back. I know him since the last many years. The thing about him is that he's a very special, genuine, incredibly bright and sensitive person. He has a personal connection with everyone and is very, very smart.
'If people come to watch BAAR BAAR DEKHO, I know they'll leave with an emotion and actor'
Is chemistry with co-star important for a movie?
I think story is most important. If chemistry is there in the story, then it would be there on screen. If there's a director guiding you, then that's it.
Was your character challenging?
That's about how you see it. You have to challenge yourself with something romantic, dramatic. It doesn't have to be a genre that challenges you. You can also pick a character whose nothing like you. She could be a serial killer or something. That could also be a reason one takes up the role.