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Tuesday, February 06, 2007
When it is Bollywood, friendship holds little or no value at all. On the contrary, chamchagiri (or appeasement?) and Bollywood seem to be the two sides of the same coin as wherever or whoever you see, you will find everyone greasing and chaperoning the other for a role in films or television soaps!
It you don't believe us, ask Tushaar Kapoor, who will vouch that merely talking to or working with someone does not mean friendship. Hence, Junior Kapoor believes in maintaining only a professional relationship with his co-actors and never indulges in wining or dinning with them.
Contrarily, whenever Tushaar gets time off his shooting schedules, he prefers to hang around with his college mates. Surprising, isn't it? But Tushaar does not think so and stresses, "True friendship is difficult these days and particularly in Bollywood. So whenever I am free, I still love to spend quality time with my friends from my college days. I have known them for long and grown up with them and we have no expectation from each other." An intelligent lad indeed!
Perhaps, Tushaar is right. Like his more illustrious sister Ektaa, he too is yet to find a friend in this tinsel town - or strike a friendship with Bollywood itself! -
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