Directed by Atul Manjrekar, Fanney Khan’s trailer starring Anil Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Rajkummar Rao, Divya Dutta and Pihu Sand has already created a buzz all over social media.
During media interactions with our Jhakaas actor Anil Kapoor, the actor spoke about his son-in-law and about his character in Fanney Khan.
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A reporter said that his Son-In-Law said that Anil Kapoor is the handsome man he know, to this Anil Kapoor said:
“No no no. It’s you know. I don’t know what to say. I have no words. But I’m so happy that he says that. But obviously. I feel he’s the most handsomest. This is what I like about him. He is very understated. You know. Very good. There’s no effort.”
When asked Anil whether did he modify his character or give a newness to the character he plays in Fanney Khan, he said:
“Yeah! I have to. I have a different kind of personality as in a different way. Every actor has a different kind of way of doing the character. So I had to do some changes.”
When asked to the actor about how he co-relates with the character he plays in Fanney Khan, he said:
“I can relate to many things from this character. Firstly the period where he struggles a lot. Before my daughter was born, I could relate because from 1977 or 1978 when I thought of stepping in this industry, my father had heart problem so I was shaken but had made a mind that I have to start working. I think I did one year of college and in second year college I started searching for job. That struggle from the age of 18 till I got name, I guess in Woh 7 Din, I could relate through all that. The emotion and everything I could actually feel. The places where we shot this film, I have been to all those places during my struggle. So all this helped me to relate more with the character.”
“Then coming to the situation where the equation between me and my daughter. I remember she would tell that Dad I am changing. I could hear her saying to her mum, about she being harassed because of body shaming. She used to share it with her mom. So I could relate with that as well.”