Richa was at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne last week and, at a press conference with Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, answered a question about cultural similarities on his behalf. Her quote - reproduced at the end of this story - was condensed by trolls into this takeaway:
" ALL my films get a dignified release.Will not permit @CabaretTheFilm to debut unless ALL players put their supposed clout & might behind it," wrote Pooja Bhatt on Twitter
"Right now, we want to do the promotions in a robust manner. We haven't locked any dates yet but all the focus is to give the film right publicity. We want the film to have a dignified release and the biggest exposure. We will announce a date shortly," said Kaustav
Kaustav Narayan Niyogi said, "I am hoping Cabaret will get U/A certificate. In fact, the idea of the film is bold and courageous"
"Pooja was coaxing me to make a film for a long time and I decided to take the plunge. One day, she just gave me the title Cabaret. I wrote a story around it in two weeks and we were ready," said Kaustav
"As you can tell from the teaser, it's a dramatic thriller. It's one girl's story of survival against all odds. On top of that, there's a love story and lots of song and dance sequences. I did the part to explore myself as an actor, for the love of dance This is my first commercial, somewhat glamorous role. I hope people like this brand new side to me"
"The teaser has crossed more than two million views on YouTube within just two days of hitting the social media. Moreover, we are not promoting the teaser. The response is spontaneous which is amazing. Organic hits are tough to get," said Richa. She said that she does not want to confine herself to TV and films
"I will start working on Jism 3 this year and the film will release sometime in 2017. It has to be the boldest movie yet. I have decided to completely shake up things this time," said Pooja Bhatt. She is currently producing Richa Chadha's Cabaret
"The film is not inspired by anyone. It's based on the lives of celebrities and incidents related to the functioning of the film industry. The film is inspired by life and nothing else. It is the media which has said that it is inspired by Helen," said Pooja Bhatt. Cabaret has been directed by Kaustav Narayan Niyogi
"I want to work with all the Khans from Shah Rukh, Salman, Aamir, Saif Ali and Irffan khan. After the struggle of 15-20 years, they have reached where they are now. If I get a chance to work with them, it will definitely be a learning experience," said Richa Chadha, who will be soon seen in Main Aur Charles
The story of Masaan revolves around four lives which intersect along the ghats of the Ganga in Benares. A low-caste boy falling hopelessly in love; a daughter ridden with guilt of a sexual encounter ending in a tragedy; a hapless father with fading morality
Hundreds of wannabe actors knock on the doors of tinseltown everyday with hopes of making it big. If you have a godfather, half the battle is won and the industry is also quite welcoming if you belong to the field of an average Indian's interest - preferably, cricket