Ace actor Tabu has given celluloid some prominent films like KAALA PAANI, VIRASAAT, MAACHIS, CHANDANI BAR, ASTITVA and made a distinct mark. She later went on to do movies like, CHEENI KUM, HAIDER, THE NAMESAKE, JAI HO, DRISHYAM, FITOOR, GOLMAAL AGAIN.
She will now be seen in MISSING along with Manoj Bajpayee. They have reunited for a film after 14 years after their last outing together in DIL PE MAT LE YAAR and GHAATH.
MISSING is a psychological thriller and one just can’t get enough of the sizzling pair. Their bond has been intact for over 20 years and their friendship has grown like never before.
During the media interaction for the film when asked Tabu what keeps them away from promoting the film to which Tabu said, “The film is a psychological thriller and I don’t want to give any hints about the film, it was a combined team effort to keep the promotions low and I am happy with the fact that people are curious and speculations to what kind of thrill is there in the film.”
“As far as working with Manoj is concerned I think he is a power house actor he knows his craft well, infact he is one person who has changed over the years. Initially he was very shy and now he has started opening up a bit. In fact while I was shooting with him for the film, he became so lean and fit that I was so conscious of my weight (laughs),” adds Tabu.
When quizzed Tabu as to what she thinks about Manoj as a producer and as an actor, she said, “ As an actor he is superb and works extremely hard, while as a producer he is always under stress, he wants everyone to be happy in a unit of 200 people, he wants everyone to get good payment, he wants everything at place, which is humanly not possible, as when you are an actor you can give your 100 percent but when you are a producer it becomes tough, that everyone in the unit will push that hard.”
Talking about working with Ajay Devgn, an elated Tabu said, “He is a dear and working with him is always a huge pleasure. Infact I don’t really think much about the box office numbers but why wouldn’t anyone want to have a hit.” ends Tabu.