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By: Swati R Chaudhary, Glamsham
Thursday, December 28, 2006
"2006 has been a fulfilling year for me," says Sameer Dattani adding, "I am very hopeful of my three films- Mukhbir, Mumbai Marathon and Life Mein Kabhi Kabhi that'd be out early next year."
Vikram Bhatt's Life Mein...is about five friends played by Dino Morea, Aftab Shivdasani, Nauheed Cyrusi, newcomer Anjorie Alag and Sameer, and their tryst with life after graduation. "It's a young vibrant film about our quest for happiness and career. I play Jai Gokhale- a power hungry youngster who joins politics in his search for power. The film is about our various struggles in life and hence everyone will be able to relate to it," informs Sameer.
Apparently it also traces a young man's relationship with an older woman. "It is not a conventional love story," reveals a reluctant Sameer who is open to the idea of romancing older women in real life.
Mukhbir meaning informer is a spy thriller. It is the story of the espionage meeting the underworld. It's about the intelligence department of the country while Mumbai Marathon has him as the marathon runner who loses his leg to cancer.
"I believe in growing as an actor and so I think it's very important to enjoy ones work," opines Sameer who made his debut in Uff Kya Jadoo Mohabbat Hai in 2004.
He is keen on bringing in 2007 with his family and friends but is presently shooting for a South film in Bangalore. "Hopefully if I get some time I'll be coming back home and we may have a small party," he wraps up.
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