Tag: Deepika Padukone

Three mindblowing movies in Jan 2020

By SAT News Desk

MELBOURNE, 30 December 2019: The Mindblowing Films is releasing three Hindi movies Chhapaak, Jai Mummy Di and Panga in January 2020.

Chhapaak releasing on 10th January; starring Deepika Padukone, the story revolves around the trials and triumphs of Malti, an acid attack survivor. From the investigation of the attack to the court proceedings, the medical treatment to the emotional healing. Chhapaak is the story of the unquashable human spirit. Watch trailer:

Jai Mummy Di releasing on 17th January; a light-hearted family comedy that portrays the trials and tribulations a couple has to undergo due to the dynamics between their respective mothers. Watch trailer:

Panga releasing on 24th January; starring Kangana Ranaut and Jassie Gill; inspired from the life of a national level Kabbadi player from India. It follows her triumphs, struggles, and overcoming stereotypes. It shows how important the love and support of your family is for you to be successful. Watch trailer:

All info at – www.mindblowingfilms.com

SAT EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW – I hope people enjoy the Padmaavat experience: Deepika Padukone

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By Neeraj Nanda

Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmavaat’ is releasing on 25 January 2018 in cinemas across Australia and worldwide. It is the first Indian film that will have a global IMAX 3D release. Starring Deepika Padukone as Rani Padmavati, Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh as Alauddin Khilji. Based on the 16th-century Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi’s epic poem Padmavat, the movie faced resistance from its early stages due to a misinformation campaign but managed to overcome all odds. I caught up with Deepika Padukone (in Mumbai) on the phone from Melbourne a few days back where she candidly talked to me about her role and the film.

Excerpts from the interview:

Q-1: Do you call this movie a historical or what?

A-1: I would call it inspiring. It’s an inspiration, historic or not. I find Padmavati’s journey incredible.

Q-2: How was it like being Padmavati in the movie?

A-2: The fact that I have done this movie means at some level I have connected. The story needs to be told. I am glad we made this film.

Q-3: What’s the special thing about your dresses in the movie?

A-3: The dresses are suited to the culture and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s vision. They bring to life my character in the film.

Q-4: How tough was it to shoot wearing this heavy stuff?

A-4: Not difficult at all. At that time, you are not thinking of how heavy your dress or jewelry are but to be true to the moment.

Q-5: What difference the 3-D version of the movie makes?

A-5: It’s a visual difference. The 3-D experience is a visual treat. People also enjoy watching a movie in 3-D.

Q-6: Somewhere you said the movie was an emotional journey. Explain it.

A-6: Every film is an emotional experience at the creative level spending time on the film sets and spend so much of your energy creating these characters. It’s emotionally demanding.

Q-7: What makes the Ghoomar song and its picturisation so special?

A-7: It is exciting for me as an actress to have learned a new dance form. It is a tribute to Rajasthani folk culture and it is a visual delight. As an audience think what it will be on the big screen.

Q-8: What is your message to people waiting for Padmaavat?

A-8: We made it with lots of love and passion and we enjoyed the experience and hope all of you enjoy the experience.