Friday, March 25, 2011 13:37 IST
Deepti Naval's upcoming film 'Do Paise Ki Dhoop Char Aane Ki Baarish' is inspired by actual incidents
Deepti Naval's Do Paise Ki Dhoop Char Aane Ki Baarish, a Manisha Koirala-starrer, is inspired by a real story.
Says a source close to the director, "Manya plays a street walker and was excited to hear that her character had been inspired by a real sex worker whose story Deepti had heard through a friend. Koirala plays a sex
worker who finds it difficult to survive."
The challenge was to make the actress look ordinary. "Deepti wanted a sari-clad sex worker and not a mini-skirt clad one someone who is a bit neglected.
She wears dark red lipstick, keeps her hair open and wears dark and bright colours like red, maroon and purple. She had to look like a mother and struggler."
ABOUT THE FILM
Struggling songwriter Debu is dumped by his lover while aging streetwalker Juhi leaves her son Kaku saddled to a wheelchair. One night Debu and Juhi run into each other and he convinces her to take him on as a
babysitter fo a child. She soon begins to feel left out as the bond between her son and the outsider cements.
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