Going for an image change

Going for an image change

Busy Man

After the success of Jannat and Raaz, Emraan Hashmi is all set for his forthcoming movie Tum Mile.  The movie has helped him change his serial kisser image and has given him a new one. This is the first time that he has been cast opposite Soha Ali Khan. “This is my first film with her. She is really brilliant and fun to work with,” he says with a smile.

When asked about his experience during the shooting for the movie, he says: “It was a scary film and a really tough challenge. Working in water for long periods is not only physically daunting but carries the threat of contacting water-borne diseases too. The team has done its best to recreate a flood like situation realistically and I think they have done a fantastic job of it.”  He also adds, “This movie is very special, one I will look back and remember for the rest of my life.”

Emraan hopes that the critics will appreciate his latest effort, “We have tried to do something new here and it will be really nice if people appreciate it,” he hopes.
When asked about the chemistry he shares with Soha in the movie, he says: “The thing about chemistry is that you either have it or you don’t. We just saw the movie and everybody who saw it has been raving about the chemistry that we have been able to share on screen.”

He also spoke about his personal experience with the floods in Mumbai. “I was shooting for a film at Haji Ali, off the coast of Mumbai, and was stuck there for nearly 20 hours,” he remembers. On the personal front, the soon-to-be father is excited about stepping into fatherhood.

“I am looking forward to it eagerly as it is one of the best things that can happen in a person’s life. It also means that there are lots of responsibilities with it.” As for his upcoming releases he has some interesting projects lined up, like Once upon a time in Mumbai, with Ajay Devgn, Prachi Desai and Kangana Ranaut.  The film is directed by Milan Luthria.  He is also busy with another movie which is based on the racism row that affected Indian students in Australia recently.

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