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'Acting with Rajnikant would bring instant stardom'
A Ganesh Nadar | July 10, 2006 15:54 IST
Nisha Kothari was last seen in Ram Gopal Varma's Factory production, James. Although the film didn't create any ripples, the young actress seems to have gotten herself noticed -- at least by the Mahesh Bhatt camp. She will now be seen in Killer, produced by Bhatt and starring Emraan Hashmi and Irrfan.
The film, which appears to be inspired by Tom Cruise's Hollywood blockbuster Collateral, revolves around a single night, where Hashmi -- a cab driver -- has to drive around a stranger (Irrfan). Nisha plays a bar dancer who moves through different bars.
But even though Nisha gets to romance Emraan Hashmi, the actress has her sights elsewhere. She tells rediff.com about actors she would really like to share the frame with.
He doesn't act in too many movies now, so a Hrithik movie always attracts attention. People wait for his movies.
He can carry a film all by himself, yet his heroines always have an important part.
His characters have depth, so it would be a challenge to act opposite him.
He has such a great rapport with his heroines. He is one of the most successful heroes down South. And, in spite of his popularity, he is known to be very down to earth.
It would be a different experience to act in the South. It would open up a new horizon for me.
Everyone who has acted with him has great things to say about him. Even Shah Rukh says he is the best contemporary actor.
I think I would become a better professional if I worked with him.