But of course! Ishaa Kopikkar nods her head furiously. Give us the lines and watch it! challenges the pretty woman. After scorching the screen with her hypnotic eyes and sexy moves, the lass teams up with Tusshar to tickle your funny bone as.
As what? Well, the name of her character is really whacky. Stick with us to know what it is
How do you think the film has shaped up?
Fabulous! Its one of those films where even after the film is done and over, it still has me excited. I am confident of the way it has worked out and am really looking to its release.
We haven't ever seen you in a comic avatar. How did you manage the timing bit?
Must say the unit has been very supportive of me. To start with my director gave me a very well etched character to play. That solved half the hassle. My writers have also helped me a great deal. I will readily accept that my contribution is 30% while the remaining 70% is them.
Tell us about your character
You and everybody else are going to love the character. She is called Urmila Martodkar.
Urmila Matondkar, you said?
Nooo! Get it right. It's Urmila 'Mar'todkar. She is a cop in the film and is among the funnier characters in the film.
|K2H2 is like the cheesy SMS'es we forward each other|
You bet she has. She has the most bizarre accent you will have come across! You got to watch out for that one!
So do the women get some meat or are you left to shine-n-sizzle?
Well, I for one think that every actor & actress should shine and sizzle, there is no doing away with that. They owe it to their fans and the audiences.
What is a theatre without ceetees?
Absolutely! But yes, there is more to me than that. Like I said I am trying humor for the first time and it is a lot of hard work. But since the character is itself is funny, I didn't have to try too hard to be funny.
Talking about humor, K2H2 hints at some really corny lines
Well, yes the dialogues are naughty. It has a lot of double meaning too. But let me assure you that the jokes are mischievous & not vulgar. The humor is like one of those double meaning SMS'es that we send each other.
Quickly tell us a bit about your co-stars. Who is the wackiest among you guys?
Neha is a typical Delhi girl, she has a brass and noisy kind of humor. Ritiesh is a mad, mad guy. Tusshar uses poker-faced humor. He will tell you the funniest thing with a straight face. I find him hilarious!
|My character has a bizarre accent!|
Yeah, it's called Chaska! It's a really hot number. And I had a ball dancing.
Since it was the four of you, did you girls gang up against the guys?
Neha and me, we behave like guys ourselves! Always, kidding, teasing, laughing, we are on back-slapping terms with each other. The four of us are buddies more than anything else.
You guys seem to have a blast. Suppose the four of you were to gang up together a month later, what can we catch you doing?
We would get together for dinner. Tusshar, Neha and I love food! Show us food and we are all over the place! Gluttony is our middle name. Not too sure about Ritiesh but I am sure he will join in.
Tusshar KapoorFunny is what funny does!
I play an innocent conman. He slits you with a smile!
If the heroine has had her say, now make way for the hero, Ishaa's leading man or should we say, conman in this case, Tusshar Kapoor. After being Gayab for some time, the earnest actor will be seen creating some serious hungama in the fun ride you can take this Friday.
Two cool dudes, two hot chicks and 2 hours of giggles. Did we get it right?
Totally! Just one correction, the women are hot, alright but the guys are trying to be cool. They are wannabes who want to have it all but haven't succeeded as yet. Throughout the film, the two are trying to make their way through the mess. So it's great fun to watch but not be in!
You play a conman right?
That's right. I play an innocent conman, Rahul.
Innocent conman, interesting. So you slit pockets with a smile, huh?
(Smiles) Well, you could say so. He is an extremely lovable character who makes his way around by conning people. He is cute, endearing all of that, but he also does things on the sly. As for the film, he lands himself in a case that he is least expected to be in. And this only adds to the mad mela that is on.
You seem to have a blast in the dance number, Chaska
Yes, I do love dancing. Ishaa & I have got together in this item number in the film. It's a very peppy & racy track. Chaska might not be a big budget number but the song has the namak to make it work. What I like best is the aqua, ice age feel that the song has.
While you con people in the film, did anyone pull a fast one on you during the shoot?
Oh yes, my beloved co-stars took full advantage of my producer status. They used to come up to me and say that they aren't available the next day or the dates that they allotted will have to be cancelled because something urgent has cropped up.
And I used to get all freaked out and jumpy. Only when they had their share of fun would they come & break the gag. So yeah, they did give the poor producer a hard time!
So now their checks might not necessarily arrive on time right?
Do you find double meaning jokes offensive?
If the film has situations that lead up to bizarre dialogues, then it's fine. The only time that I have a problem is when the dialogues look forced; then the humor doesn't interest me. Also the character saying those lines should do it with the required punch & class; then I see no problem.
If 2 is trouble, 4 is