Kriti reveals how she transformed into Bitti for ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’

If you’ve seen the trailer and songs of the soon-to-release movie ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’, you would have noticed Kriti Sanon‘s bindaas and outspoken character of Bitti, a girl from Bareilly. It’s the first time that the actress is essaying a role like this, so of course we were keen to know what went into the making of this character.

So, in a recent interaction, the actress was quizzed how she prepared herself for the part and how she got the dialect of a girl from UP. “I think it was interesting for me as I have not done this before. I have never been to UP or lived with someone who is from UP so I didn’t know the lingo. I went a week before we started shooting, to Lucknow. Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari (director) was sending us pictures of locations when she was on recce there. She was like, ‘See Bitti this is your house, this is your balcony and this is your galli.’ So, I went there a week before, I saw my house, I saw the galli and all,” Kriti quipped. (Also Read:Pics: Kriti, Ayushmann and Rajkummar dance to their heart’s content at ‘BKB’ music launch)

She further said, “Then, I spoke to a lot of girls. I went to one college and the principal was very sweet to let 15-20 girls talk to me for about 1-2 hours. I was just chatting with them normally like a friend. Then, I told them that I’m recording their conversation and they were okay with it. They started talking about their boyfriends, what they do, where they are from, how they came, a lot of them were living in PGs. And agar koi ladka chhedta hai toh kaise react karte hai, toh woh dheere dheere kaafi open up ho gayi thi. Then, when I came back, I was just listening to that conversation for the rest of the week because I feel, you know sometimes, when you spend too much time with one friend, you start talking like the friend, you pick up a few things from people around you. So, I just didn’t know the process and I followed this and felt that this might be a good way to get the hang of their language and the way they talk, where they take pauses and all.”

So, this is how Kriti transformed herself into the feisty Bitti who breakdances and reads English novels. ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’, it is directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, written by Nitesh Tiwari and will be releasing on August 18, 2017.

'Race 3' actor Freddy Daruwala is not an exception who loves action movies

'Race 3' actor Freddy Daruwala is not an exception who loves action movies

Freddy Daruwala started off his Bollywood journey with ‘Holiday’, wherein he essayed the role of a villain. Later, the actor went on to do supporting roles in films like ‘Force 2′ and ‘Commando 2’. And now, the fitness enthusiast is all set to leave a mark with his stint in ‘Race3’.

In an interview to the press, the model-turned-actor mentioned that he is much keen on doing action-packed films. Freddy will be seen playing the chief antagonist and will perform some kick-ass action scenes in ‘Race 3’. Having worked extensively in action movies, the actor says he has never worked with expensive cars and with so many gun machines. Super-hit franchise like ‘Race 3’ has made him explore the action floor like never before.

Further, the actor revealed that even though he prefers action as a genre more, he is open to take up any genre which comes his way. Freddy also mentioned that he wishes to explore the other facets of his acting style. Apart from Bollywood movies, Freddy is working on Telugu films along with the upcoming Digital Content. (Also Read:‘Race 3′: You just can’t miss Jacqueline’s killer moves in ‘Hiriye’ song teaser)

No doubt that Freddy is such a sought-after actor in the genre that he puts much efforts to feel the character and present it differently every other time. Speaking more about ‘Race 3’, Freddy mentioned that this action-thriller has opened many doors for him in the industry now. The actor also added that he has received a lot of appreciation for his work in ‘Race 3’.

While it’s good to be enthusiastic about work, the actor said that he has worked hard on the physicality for his character in the film. He feels that nowadays the choice of content in the film is changing rapidly. Freddy said that now girls to fall for a villain in the film making it more challenging for an actor to meet the expectations of the audience.

Concluding the interview, Freddy mentioned that working as a newcomer in the super-hit franchise was challenging. But he prepared for it genuinely and received the support from the cast. Directed by Remo D’Souza, ‘Race 3’ is all set to release on June 15, 2018.

'Race 3' is my lucky sequel:Jacqueline Fernandez

'Race 3' is my lucky sequel:Jacqueline Fernandez

The Queen of many hearts Jacqueline Fernandez is currently riding high in her career. We all have witnessed Jacky’s stellar performances in her previous films. And now with the same motto, Jacqueline is gearing up for her upcoming film ‘Race 3’ oppositeSalman Khan.

As the release of the film is around the corner, the entire star cast is busy promoting it. In a recent interaction with the media, Jacqueline Fernandez mentioned that the sequel of ‘Race’ has proved to be lucky for her. The actress went on to say that she is more confident with the ‘Race 3’ and can’t wait anymore for it to be out.

From the time of ‘Kick’, Jacqueline has been a part of many action films. But with, ‘Race 3’, the actress got a chance to explore more. Jacqueline said, “Now the demand for the character in a film has become more competitive. The audience love girls doing action scenes in the movie while sporting all- grey shaded outfits to pointing the gun fiercely at the aim.” (Also Read:Anil Kapoor, Remo D’Souza, Saqib Saleem promote ‘Race 3’ on the sets of ‘DID Li’l Masters’)

Jacqueline believes that even if the film is a part of a super-hit franchise, ‘Race’, this installment is totally different films in terms of the story the characters and much more.

Further, the actress mentioned that it was difficult to manage the hectic shoot schedule but since everyone from the team was taking equal efforts, she too managed the same by doing double shifts. The Sri-Lankan beauty talked about how the pole dance sequence was challenging and she went under immense muscle pain during the practice sessions. Lastly, Jacqueline said that Salman and Remo were always on-toes to make sure each scene was perfect.

‘Race 3’ is all set to hit the silver screen this Eid (June 15).