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Sushanth doesn't distinguish himself as a TV actor!

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Sushanth doesn't distinguish himself as a TV actor!By Meera Kukreja [ February 05, 2013 ]
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Actor Sushant Singh Rajput has been a popular face on small screen and is well known in every household. The guy now is ready to take his big leap into Bollywood with his much talked about upcoming venture Kai Po Che directed by Abhishek Kapoor.

Having an experience of over five years in theater and two years with TV, the actor however doesn't distinguish himself as a TV actor.

Excited about his upcoming film, the actor recalls how he had given three auditions for this role and as well as Peekay and got selected, which was something he never expected at all. Still in the learning stage of his acting career, the actor is yet to play a defining role that will set a bench mark for himself.

On a positive note, we hope the audience accepts you and appreciates your performance on big screen.

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Sushant's Interview in Stardust Magazine...




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Berlin International Film Festival | Of friendship, riots, and food
Curator and programmer Meenakshi Shedde tells us what India is up to at the Berlin International Film Festival this year
Meenakshi Shedde  
      THU, FEB 07 2013. 04 07 PM IST

Amit Gupta's Jadoo (Magic) is in a most intriguing section called Kulinarisches Kino—culinary cinema/film and food, which celebrates the delightful idea of pairing films with cuisines.
Updated: Thu, Feb 07 2013. 04 23 PM IST
Berlin: It is an exciting year for India at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival, with five films in various sections. The festival runs 7-17 February. And it's great to be back! It's about my 15th year as India consultant to the Berlin Film Festival. In my first year, Mani Ratnam had just sent his Dil Se, which was translated as von Herzen, or From the Heart. What happens at Berlin is that it is usually cold—currently 4 degrees centigrade and the forecast is minus 6 by Sunday—so you keep rubbing your hands briskly, and the warmth generated kind of rubs off into a gesture of anticipation as well.
Five films in the festival is quite a coup for India, as the event receives an estimated 8,000 film entries from all over the world, and every section of the festival is fiercely contested. This time, there were 171 entries from India.
India has no film in the competition section. However, the Indian films selected include Abhishek Kapoor's Kai Po Che (Brothers... For Life) in the panorama section. There are three superb documentaries in the International Forum of New Cinema—Sourav Sarangi's Moddhikhane Char (Char... The No Man's Island), Fahad Mustafa and Deepti Kakkar's Powerless, and Deepa Dhanraj's Kya Hua is Shahar Ko? (What Happened to this City?). And there's the short film Sonyacha Amba (The Golden Mango) by Govinda Raju, a Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) student in the Generation K Plus section for children and young adults. The competition, panorama and generation sections are part of the official selection; the forum is the highly prized, cutting edge, parallel section of the festival.
There are two more British films drawing attention to India this year. The first is Salma, a documentary by well-known British director Kim Longinotto, set in Tamil Nadu, that was also at the Sundance film festival. And Jadoo (Magic) by Amit Gupta, in a most intriguing section called Kulinarisches Kino (KuKi, the insiders call it)—culinary cinema/film and food, which celebrates the delightful idea of pairing films with cuisines, and explores food, relationships and the environment.

A scene from 'Kai Po Che'.
Kai Po Che, adapted from Chetan Bhagat's bestseller The 3 Mistakes of My Life, is directed by Abhishek Kapoor, who earlier directed Rock On!! The film, set in Gujarat, is about three friends who set up a cricket training academy, and whose friendship is both celebrated and severely tested. It stars Raj Kumar Yadav, Sushant Singh Rajput, Amit Sadh and Amrita Puri in key roles, with music by Amit Trivedi.
Sourav Sarangi's Moddhikhane Char is a powerful documentary about Rubel, a young boy, who lives in the Char—a series of crumbly islands that keep forming and dissolving—in the river between India and Bangladesh, that raises complex issues of home, nation, identity and child labour, while swaying delicately between despair and hope.
Fahad Mustafa and Deepti Kakkar's documentary Powerless, focuses on a Robin Hood-like chap in Kanpur, who steals electricity to keep homes and small businesses going in the face of endless power cuts.
Deepa Dhanraj's Kya Hua is Shahar Ko? is an incisive political documentary of 1986, exploring communal violence and Hindu-Muslim relations during the 1984 riots in Hyderabad. The film is in the Forum Expanded section. It has been digitised and restored, and is being tributed with a special screening for the first time in 27 years, as part of the Living Archive project of the Arsenal Institute for Film and Video Art. A DVD of the film, including additional historical and contemporary material, is due for release in June this year.
Sonyacha Amba by Govinda Raju, is a short film that flits between reality and dreams, about a small boy fantasising about eating a golden mango, that gets the adults all suspicious.
Salma by Kim Longinotto focuses on Salma, a Tamilian Muslim woman, who was locked up in a room for several years, first by her family and later by her husband. Eventually, she escapes her shackles to become a published poet and politician.

A scene from 'Jadoo'.
Amit Gupta's Jadoo is about how it takes a business rival and a daughter's wedding to re-unite two feuding restaurant-owning brothers. The film features Amara Karan, Harish Patel, Kulvinder Ghir and Madhur Jaffrey. The film screening will be followed by dinner with a menu by Michelin-star chef Tim Raue. I'm surprised that the idea of pairing films and food hasn't caught on big time in India. I know Reliance Big Cinemas' plans included a 'Cine Diner' at R City Mall in Ghatkopar, a Mumbai suburb, a theatre-cum-diner where guests could watch movies while dining—which is not nearly the same thing, of course. But they were convinced that Gujarati money power and food addiction were an explosive combination; I wonder if the idea ever really took off.
Meenakshi Shedde is India Consultant to the Berlin and Dubai International Film Festivals and curator to festivals worldwide. Email her at

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Sushant Singh's Turning Point

Sushant Singh Rajput is basically known as a television actor all this while best known for Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil and Pavitra Rishta. He also got enough attention for his dancing skills in Zara Nachke Dikha and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.

The actor is all set to debut in Bollywood feature film in this year with much anticipated movie Kai Po Che directed by Abhishek Kapoor.

Excited about this Singh says "I have exp over 5 year in theatre & also I worked couple of years in Television too. Well, to be totally honest films are completely different than television soaps. Despite being familiar in acting I had to give three auditions for movie before Abhishek has selected me. I was also offered a role in Rajkumar Hirani's Peekay which is my dream come true,"

The actor however feels that this is just the beginning & just waiting to see how we all accept him on screen.
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sushant's interview in lokmat paper. it is in marathi. someone translate it plz


Before movie release ssr hit 

Witout wven one movie released if an actor gets good film offers there is bound to b a buzz. somethin like this has happened wit tv actor ssr.
Sushant is debuting in bw wit ak 's kpc. it is to release yyet. before that also sushant has got some good movies. rkh signed him for pk n slb for a movie on mary koms lyf . in this film PC is in lead role. n sushant plays an Imp role. after rsmleela bhansalo will start this flim. in the interim he wull shoot for pk wit amir.

sorry for errors, this is to the best of my marsthi understanding.

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My character is feisty and a lot like imli: Amrita Puri

Published: Thursday, Feb 7, 2013, 14:31 IST | Updated: Thursday, Feb 7, 2013, 14:31 IST 
By Mahalakshmi Prabhakaran | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA
Amrita Puri

It's not guesstimate when we say Amrita Puri had fun shooting for Kai Po Che! The actor who was last seen in Blood Money almost gushes recalling her experience of shooting for this much-awaited movie.

She's even more enthusiastic while talking about her role in the film. Diving headlong to describe her character, Amrita says, "I play Vidya, who is Sushant Singh's sister and the romantic interest of Raj Kumar Yadav, in the film. She is such a feisty character, the type who leaps out at you from the pages. The movie is quite serious and has a lot of drama going on, and so, it's Vidya who brings in the masti-masala."

"You think in terms of colours or taste when you see a person, when I play Vidya I think of her as khatti like imli," adds the petite actor with a bright smile.

Considering Kai Po Che's been adapted from Chetan Bhagat's novel, Three Mistakes Of My Life, did she read the book to, say, get a better idea of Vidya? "I haven't read any of Chetan Bhagat's books. In fact, Gattu (director Abhishek Kapoor) didn't want me to read the book. He wanted me to interpret the character in my own way," reveals Amrita.

"It is reminiscent of Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara but has an Indian vibe to it," Amrita defines the essence of the film. "It is very real, and the common man will be able to relate to the characters. It is a story of discovery, of relationships, of friendships," avers Amrita even as she wholeheartedly agrees with her director's description of Kai Po Che! "yes, it is a middle class bromance."

While we are it, we plainly ask her how it was to work with such talented bunch of actors like Raj Kumar Yadav, Sushant Singh Rajput and Amit Sadh? "It was fantastic working with them," she trillsbefore giving us the deets.

"I can't really talk about Amit because I barely had any scenes with him. I had most of my scenes with Sushant and Raj."

"Raj... he is just wow. He is one of the best co-actors I've ever worked with. He is such a skilled actor and gives you so much to play off against, I can frankly say that I've come out as a better actor because of Gattu and Raj," Amrita admits breezily even as she rains praises on her other co-star, Sushant Singh.

"During the shooting, I'd always tell him, 'You are going to be a big star.'" And adding a little more trivia, she says, "I got into the reading habit because of Sushant. He is also the one who got me so motivated about dancing that I enrolled myself into a ballet academy. When you are working in an ensemble film like this one, these are the small things that make a difference in your life as an actor."

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