Madhuri Dixit, during virtual interaction with her fans, was asked which film of hers she might want to reshoot. After some idea, she felt that Sailaab can be made once more. Nonetheless, she likewise said that the entertainment world requires’ new thoughts and crisp composition’.
In a video shared on her YouTube channel, Madhuri Dixit was seen addressing rapid-fire questions presented by a fan. On being gotten some information about the film of hers that she might want to redo, she set aside some effort to think, before naming Sailaab.
She said, “I don’t have the foggiest idea, it’s hard to say. How about we toss this inquiry to you all. Which film might you want to be viewed as a revamp once more?”Pata hai, Ek Aur film thi, jiski kahaani bohot achchi thi. Uska gaana bohot mainstream hua, Humko Aaj Kal Hai Intezaar. Sailaab. Alag he kahaani thi uski, woh ban sakti hai phir se (You know, there was another film whose story was decent. Its tune – Humko Aaj Kal Hai Intezaar – turned out to be extremely famous. Sailaab. The story was different, possibly that can be revamped).”
“In any case, I don’t have a clue, it’s difficult to… I think a few things are best left how they were, rather than attempting to change them. We need new thoughts and crisp composition. Nayi soch, naye scripts (better approaches for intuition and scripts)…we need that,” she added.
Madhuri likewise uncovered the melody that is latched onto her subconscious mind. She named Bajre Da Sitta and said, “Because I did one Reel for it and that tune stalled out in my mind after that. That causes you to understand that our society tunes and tunes muchly affect us. It associates us with our dirt. What’s more, I can’t get over that tune, I simply continue to murmur that the entire day. Koi bachao mujhe, iss melody se nikalo (Someone saves me, get this tune off of my mind)! I need to sing something different. In any case, that has been latched onto my subconscious mind.”
On being approached to pick between Dil To Pagal Hai and Hum Aapke Hain Koun, Madhuri couldn’t pick a top choice. “These are two altogether different motion pictures, however, both were musicals. Both have incredibly, great music. One, I would say, was more present-day and about affection, and the difference was more about customs, being from an Indian family, and how we interface with one another. That was more similar to a family film, this was more similar to a heartfelt film. It’s exceptionally difficult to browse both, because both had awesome chiefs, brilliant co-stars and we had a great time shooting both the motion pictures. In this way, as far as I might be concerned, they are on equivalent balance.”
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