In a recent interview we learn that Ajay Devgn, who is known to do differentiated films couldn't have been in a more content mood. Devgan's pleasantry Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge was one of the few early successes of the year. It was followed by his political drama Rajneeti which involved a varied star-cast, and turned out to be the third prime cash spinner in the account of Indian cinema. His next is Once Upon a Time in Mumbai which is already one of the most waited films of the summer! Before the end of 2010, Ajay would also be seen in a social action thriller Aakrosh, share some laughs in Golmaal 3 and lastly, dazzle in an animation flick Toonpur Ka Superhero.
The actor claims that he tries to diverge from the norm and do unique
films and hope they get appreciated. This year is no different, with
the audience seeing him in various new avatars. The diligent actor seems
to be content with his position in the industry at the moment.
In the interim despite the fact that it is not a solo starrer, Rajneeti, has been a great career booster for all involved. With 90 Crores in collections in just India, the film has left behind the likes of Rab Ne Mila Di Jodi, Dhoom 2 and Om Shanti Om to take over the third slot after 3 Idiots and Ghajini. Producers like Prakash Jha who make level-headed cinema, work with authentic actors, don't try to sell a movie based purely on the locales and snazzy cinematography, but have story lines based on current issues and reality are the true driving force behind the Industry!
We, at BollyCurry, believe that it is a mammoth triumph in itself that such films are now being looked as mercantile entertainment and seeing such great appreciation!