EXCLUSIVE: Priyamani recalls her best memory with Shah Rukh Khan from sets of Chennai Express
Actor Priyamani who primarily works in South films gained utmost love and recognition with The Family Man alongside Manoj Bajpayee. The actor became the latest guest on Bollywood Bubble’s Cook-Off episode where they played the blindfold garnish challenge and the ultimate cook-off challenge by making the healthiest quinoa chillas. Not sure if anyone knows but Priyamani had also worked with superstar Shah Rukh Khan in Chennai Express for a special song titled, 1 2 3 4 Get On The Dance Floor. During the fun challenge with our host, Priyamani recalled the time when she had the most amazing food with Shah Rukh Khan.
Speaking about the same, Priyamani said, “When we were shooting for Chennai Express, I remember it was the last day and he (SRK) was really being sweet enough and said why don’t we have dinner, then I said chalo thik hai and I went to his vanity and we were having our dinner and it was the most amazing food that I ever had. His vanity van was so huge like a two area,” adding that he was showing her around the van which amazed her.
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Apart from appreciation, Priyamani also received heavy criticism for her role in The Family Man 2, earlier, in an exclusive chat with Bollywood Bubble, Priyamani reflects back on the mixed reactions and reveals how people got personal with her in comments.
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Speaking about the criticism she received for playing Suchi in The Family Man 2, Priyamani shared, “I believe that I have done something right. You can diss me all you want, you can hate me. But that’s when I know that my character is good and the way it has shaped up right from season one, even now I received a message saying, ‘Aapko Shrikant ke sath aisa nahi karna chahiye tha.’ Almost on a daily basis I keep getting such messages. Whatever post I put on my Instagram, half the people comment saying, ‘Oh Arvind ke liye aapne aisa kiya’, or ‘Aapne Shrikant ko dhoka kyun diya?’ I don’t tend to respond to all that. I just laugh it off. And that means I have done something right with my portrayal. Which is why they “hate” me. So I take it as a positive response to my performance. So that’s good in a way.”