If all had gone well, Satish Kaushik would've joined Anupam
Kher, Satish Shah, Deepshikha, Shaad Ali, Shama Sikandar, Sammir
Dattani and the rest of the unit of Shash Ranjan's comedy Dhoom
Dhadaka in Bangkok this week.
But God had other plans. Satish, 33-year old nephew Dharmendra
passed away on Friday morning; after lying in a critical condition
in the hospital. No stranger to family crisis, Satish had lost his
son some years ago.
"I don't know why these things keep happening in our family. I
don't know when I'll be able to go to Bangkok. For now they'll have
to manage without me. So many good things were happening to me
professionally. It has all been stalled for now."
Satish Kaushik's version of Subhash Ghai's Karz has also not
gone beyond casting Himesh Reshammiya. "All the others rumors
including the casting of Sushmita Sen in Simi Garewal's role, are
On a brighter note Satish's big international film, Sarah
Gavron's Brick Lane based on Monica Ali's novel about a Bangladeshi
couple in London, is being given a big release by Sony
"I'll be going to the Toronto Film Festival with Brick Lane It
is by far the most important film I've done," says Satish.