The drop dead beauties of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Anushka Sharma and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan were present at the Jio MAMI Movie Mela as part of 18th Mumbai Film Festival, along with their director, Karan Johar and the two divas bonded like the BFFs and we can't stop drooling over their pictures!
At the MAMI Movie Mela, Aishwarya & Karan made many
interesting revelations about the 'much hyped' intimate scenes of
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and many more, which you can read below along
with the pictures..
Check Out The Pictures..
We're simply drooling over the bonding of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
and Anushka Sharma at the MAMI Movie Mela. Their film promotion
pictures are surely one of the best things to see today.
Aishwarya On Her Sensuous Scenes In ADHM
Coming back to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, she told at the event
that her on-screen romance with Ranbir Kapoor in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
is not frivolous sensuality but portrayed in a classy manner.
Aishwarya and Ranbir's sensuous on-screen chemistry has created
quite a stir ever since the trailers have been out.
Aishwarya On Her Comfort Level With KJo
When asked if there was a worry factor while doing such scenes,
she said, "It is about comfort level with my director. We know how
the journey of the film would be. It wasn't (worrying). I know my
character well. There was calm and ease after working for so
‘It Is Done In A Classy Way’
The 42-year-old star said, she might have asked plethora of
questions had she was to do such a scene early in her career.
"Today I have worked, I know the overview. It is about how you
approach a character and doing that is relevant to times from 20
years ago. It is done in a classy way. It is not frivolous
sensuality on screen," she added.
Karan On Aishwarya’s Character
Meanwhile, director Karan Johar on Aishwarya's part said, she
understood the role of her character, Saba, well and its
requirements. "She is a poetess in the film. She is a woman of
substance in every which way. She knows her mind and heart. We were
honest to the film and the story. What you see on screen is glimpse
of that character. Not for a second I was apologetic about it," Karan said.
Aishwarya Is The Most Strongest Character In The Film
According to the director, Aishwarya is the most strongest
character in the film. "She is clear about her decisions. I knew
the dignity that Aishwarya brings to every character. So, you don't
look at it and question about supposed lack of decency as it's
always elegant. To me this is the woman who knows herself and they
(scenes) have to be done in certain way," he said.
‘There Is No Kissing Scene Or Skin Show’
Karan further said Aishwarya is a true artist, who knows the
requirements of a film. "There is no kissing scene or skin show. It
is about the attitude. There was a news piece that Censor Board has
given some cuts on the Aishwarya track. There is no lip lock. It's
just in the eyes and attitude and that's where an actor comes in," he added
Karan On SRK’s Cameo In ADHM
At the same event, Karan also talked about the cameo of
Superstar Shahrukh Khan in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. He said that it did
not feel that they were reuniting after a long gap as they share a
No Gap Between SRK & KJo
"Shahrukh Khan is working with me after seven years and I felt
there was no seven years gap between us. We hadn't done a film. He
and I have that natural synergy and a spark."
‘It Was Organic’
He added, "He knew what I wanted and I know what he would give.
It was a give and take that was so beautiful. It was so organic," Karan said on the sidelines of MAMI festival here.
The director believes there has to be tuning between actors and
directors. "The chemistry between actors and directors is important
as actors play the part that directors give. And my chemistry with
all my actors is good I don't care about the internal chemistry. If
I am not connecting with my actors then they won't be able to
create that magic on screen. Shah Rukh and I have chemistry," he
Starring Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in lead roles, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil releases on October 28, 2016.