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I won't even count people like Zoya (Akhtar), Reema (Kagti) and all—they are with, if you are not happy with yourself, you will never be happy in a relationship. Reema Kagti is glad her parents forced her to pursue graduation. of the biggest names in the industry -- from Ashutosh Gowarikar and Mira Nair, to Farhan Akhtar . The film is a take on love, relationships and marriage. Filmfare blind item: A woman director and an actress are having a raging affair. Written By Bipasha-Fan reads Mumbai Updated.
In fact, she said in an interview that she herself was surprised as to how diplomatic she had become.
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Escapades with friends Zoya loves traveling as much as she likes to make films. In fact, travel serves as an inspiration for her to write unique story scripts. Her best friend Zoya has been best friend with Reema Kagti for more than 20 years. She is awesome, super cool and the bravest person I know.
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Coming from a random farm of Assam, with no connections in the industry and she says I want to go to Mumbai and make movies. And comes to Mumbai, makes movies, buys herself a house, is sorted and is possibly, the most authentic person I know.
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Stepped in Bollywood as an actor Not many know that Zoya began her career in B-town as an actress. She played a small role in Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love Apart from that, she also did a few advertisements for Pepsi and Finolex. In her latest experiment, she tried shooting the song Gallan Goodiyan from Dil Dhadakne Do in one take. The 4 minute 48 seconds song was entirely shot in less than 5 minutes.
The reason behind her success is that her scripts revolve around relatable characters and emotions. Talking about her films, Zoya said that she liked making films that were both artsy and filmy at the same time.
Unlike others scripts that concentrate solely on box-office success, her scripts cater to the audience and her vision to do something expressive. Arjun Rampal is also set to put in a special appearance. She wanted Farhan to act in the film too, but he was busy directing Don and was thus replaced by Abhay Deol. A mass communication graduate from Sophia College, Mumbai, Reema has been a part of the industry since the past years. Films always fascinated her.
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She was pretty clear from the beginning that she wanted to get into this profession. Her family is not connected to films at all, despite the fact that her grandfather once part-produced a film.
Since then, my family has had no association with films, which is probably why my father was very concerned when I told him I wanted to do films," says Reema. Determined to get into the movies, Reema decided to do her internship part of her course in college under a filmmaker instead of a television production house. Through her contacts, she met Rajat Kapoor, who said he would be happy to take her on. But he had one condition -- that she would work with him not just for a month, but do the whole film.
That is how Reema landed her first assignment -- Private Detectives. There has been no looking back. The turning point in her career came with Ashutosh Gowarikar's Lagaan.
The best thing was there were so many different people around. I hadn't done a commercial Bollywood movie before.
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There were noted Bollywood folk and some who hadn't done something like this before. Then there were lots of British actors. There were all kinds of people who wanted a free holiday in India.
People with varying talents. She learnt by watching other directors at work. She says, "I worked in an American system where assistant directors are not necessarily involved in the creative aspects of filmmaking.
It is more about executing the director's vision.
But you can learn a lot from that too.