A host of Bollywood stars thronged the Khaleej Times’ office last week
Last week, the stars of Aiyyaa — Rani Mukerji and Prithviraj — came by Khaleej Times to promote their film, and were welcomed warmly by Suhail Abdul Latif Galadari, Director of Galadari Brothers.
They posed for pictures at the Wall of Fame, before proceeding for a sit-down interview with the editorial teams of City Times and wknd., where Suhail Galadari was also present. Rani was her usual bubbly and effervescent self, and spoke about the film and her on-screen chemistry with her co-actor — the south Indian star Prithviraj.
Suhail Abdul Latif Galadari with Rani Mukerji and Prithviraj
When asked about the traits she looks for in a man, she replied that, like her character from the movie, the scent of a man is very important. She also spoke about how the character is like any regular girl who would like to get a space of her own, and live life on her own terms. The girl she plays has her own dreams, and is so pure hearted that she falls in love with a man only because he smells good, no questions asked! She also spoke about her beauty routine and took time out to pose with the staff.
Prithviraj, for the most part, let Rani speak, but held his ground well and seemed very confident of his role in the movie.
A few days later, the team of Chakravyuh arrived at Khaleej Times. Arjun Rampal, Esha Gupta, Abhay Deol, Anjali Patel and director Prakash Jha sat down to discuss the film that is themed around the Naxalite movement in India. The team was en route from London, where Chakravyuh premiered at the film festival. While Rampal and Jha spoke at length about the film, Deol and Patil were relatively reserved.