This Article is From Sep 06, 2013

Boss was fun for Aditi Rao Hydari

Boss was fun for Aditi Rao Hydari

Aditi Rao Hydari will play the female lead opposite Akshay Kumar in Boss.

Highlights

  • Working in a big scale masala entertainer was a whole lot of "fun" for actress Aditi Rao Hydari.
  • "For me, Boss was great fun because it is the first big scale, masala film that I have done. Boss has everything - comedy, drama, a lot of action and the two of us (me and Shiv Pandit) bring in some relief in the form of romance," Aditi said.
  • "After Murder 3, Boss is the film that excited me the most. I had never done a film of this kind and I wanted to...they are enjoyable," she added.
  • Aditi, who has earlier featured in films like Yeh Saali Zindagi, Rockstar and London, Paris, New York, admits that a commercial film is the way to reach the audiences. She hopes that this turns out true for her also with Boss.
  • "Their (commercial films) scale is such that they reach more people. Why do we act? You know, we can just act in the bathroom. But we act because we want everybody's love and we want the audience to love us and keep us in their hearts. So when there is a film which reaches everyone...hopefully, it works for us," Aditi said.
  • Directed by Anthony D'Souza, Boss stars Akshay Kumar in the lead while Shiv Pandit plays the romantic lead opposite Aditi. A remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, the film hits theatres on October 16.
Mumbai: Working in a big scale masala entertainer was a whole lot of "fun" for actress Aditi Rao Hydari.

"For me, Boss was great fun because it is the first big scale, masala film that I have done. Boss has everything - comedy, drama, a lot of action and the two of us (me and Shiv Pandit) bring in some relief in the form of romance," Aditi said.

"After Murder 3, Boss is the film that excited me the most. I had never done a film of this kind and I wanted to...they are enjoyable," she added.

Aditi, who has earlier featured in films like Yeh Saali Zindagi, Rockstar and London, Paris, New York, admits that a commercial film is the way to reach the audiences. She hopes that this turns out true for her also with Boss.

"Their (commercial films) scale is such that they reach more people. Why do we act? You know, we can just act in the bathroom. But we act because we want everybody's love and we want the audience to love us and keep us in their hearts. So when there is a film which reaches everyone...hopefully, it works for us," Aditi said.

Directed by Anthony D'Souza, Boss stars Akshay Kumar in the lead while Shiv Pandit plays the romantic lead opposite Aditi. A remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, the film hits theatres on October 16.