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Aamir Khan had promised much before the release of his Delhi Belly that all limits would be crossed by the Imran Khan starrer when it comes to the humour quotient. Playing safe was definitely not in his agenda and this was pretty much on display as well in Delhi Belly which has turned out to be a success amongst the audience. Now one wonders whether this Friday’s release Murder 2 would also stick to its promise. After all, Bhatts have maintained right through the film’s promotion that this would be miles ahead of Murder when it comes to the adult as well as shock quotient.
“And trust me, this is indeed the case”, Jacqueline Fernandez a.k.a. Jackie comes in the defence of her producers here, “They along with Emraan and Mohit have definitely pushed the limits here in terms of the characters and the situations that have been created. You can’t even imagine what’s up in stores with Murder 2 which has ample scenes that would leave audience totally shocked. There are things in the film which people would not just take home but also remember for years to come.”
This only leads one to wonder how Murder 2 took care of not crossing the thin line that differentiates erotica from vulgarity.
“See, Mohit isn’t someone who has just started a career. He has directed half a dozen films in the past. He knows what he is saying and has the right sensibilities and aesthetics in place”, says Jackie, “He was quite sure about how he wanted to portray things on screen and never once did he ask me to do anything for camera about which I was
overtly uncomfortable with. We were all a set of matured individuals doing what suited the genre and setting of the film best.”
No wonder, Jackie is quite hopeful about the prospects of the film and was closely tracking its buzz even though she was stationed far away in London for the shoot of Sajid Khan’s Housefull 2.
“What makes me most excited about the film is that I am not enacting the part of a glamorous looking doll here”, she smiles, “Murder is a huge brand name to be associated with and thank goodness I didn’t turn it down wondering if I would be do justify the so-called risquÃ© content. It has been an extremely difficult role but I am glad that I did it.”
Also starring Prashant Narayanan, Murder 2 releases all over tomorrow.