xaggeration and he found it easy as as he is brilliant at "overacting".
"We had to act out everything that you see on screen and exaggerate it for animation. Whether it is our expressions or our body movement, or whether it is our physicality or punching each other or falling and tumbling, we did everything. And overacting is something I can do very easily. So it wasn't very difficult for me but it was quite a learning experience for all of us," he said here Thursday at a press conference held for the movie.
He's had four back-to-back blockbusters and expectations from his next release "Ek Tha Tiger" are enormous, but Salman Khan appears quite oblivious to the pressure and says almost philosophically that whatever a film's fate, the audience is always right and must be entertained.
Following "Wanted", "Dabangg", "Ready" and "Bodyguard", all of which crossed the Rs.100 crore mark at the Bollywood box office, Salman is now ready with "Ek Tha Tiger" that releases Aug 15. He isn't nervous one bit because all he wants to do is to entertain.
Whenever Kabir Khan wants an honest opinon on his work, the director relies on his wife, TV anchor Mini Mathur, because she won't hesitate to tell him that his work is "terrible".
"She is my conscious sounding board. She is the first person who sees my script; she is the first person who sees my film, she is the strongest critic. She knows that nobody will tell me the way my film has come out," Kabir told IANS.
"If there is something that she has not liked, she will clearly tell me on my face. She will say, 'it is terrible'. My wife Mini is my greatest critic.
Filmmaker Sajid Khan's "Himmatwala", featuring Ajay Devgn and Southern actress Tamannaah, will hit the silver screens March 29, 2013 , two days after Holi.
Produced by UTV Motion Pictures and Vashu Bhagnani, "Himmatwala" is the official remake of 1983 blockbuster of the same name, which had Jeetendra and Sridevi in lead roles. That itself was a remake of 1981 Telugu film "Ooriki Monagadu".
The first look of new "Himmatwala" is already out, which revives the retro feel of the 1980s. The caption of the poster also reads "29th March 2013.....The 80s Will Be Back".
Bollywood's leading ladies are adding glamour to the Delhi Couture Week (DCW). After veteran actress Sharmila Tagore walked the ramp, young and stylish Sonam Kapoor along with elegant Shabana Azmi attened the fashion extravaganza to support designers Anamika Khanna and Gaurav Gupta.
Khanna and Gupta opted for an off-site show, away from the main Taj Palace venue. They showcased their respective collections Thursday at the Evoluzione store in Mehrauli.
Clad in a sari-gown, Sonam was looking as fashionable as ever, while Shabana opted for a heavily embroidered maroon suit.