Wednesday, February 13, 2013 15:17 IST
Ameesha Patel's business partner Kuunal Goomer reveals about her makeover in their home production 'Desi Magic'
Ameesha Patel who has often been seen in sweet and bubbly roles is over all such roles. She has now planned to do films where her character is
gray, negative and strong.
The actress, who made a special appearance as a sweet assistant Cherry to Anil Kapoor's character in Race 2, is now all geared up to be seen
in villainous shades in Shortcut Romeo with Neil Nitin Mukesh.
The film will show Ameesha in a rather different character and she is super happy with the way her role has shaped up in the film
Ameesha's business partner Kuunal Goomer also provides details about her work in their home production Desi Magic. He says, `Ameesha's role
in Desi Magic will shock everyone. Hers is a dream role for many actresses in the industry.
She will have negative shades but she will still be today's youthful glamourous girl. The team will be going all out to spend huge amounts on her
look in the film. The look is glamorous and classy so Ameesha and the rest of the actors will all be shown like never before. For me, Ameesha as
an actress can do far more then what she has done till now and Desi Magic will show all of that.`
Adds Kuunal, `Desi Magic will go on the floors in less then a month's time. It's time to play dirty and glamourous for Ameesha with a total
makeover from all her previous roles.`
By arrangement with Mid-Day.com
- Tuesday, August 16, 2016 Why does Farah feels that she is flawsome?
|Farah Khan says people shouldn't let their flaws impede their journey to success...|
- Monday, August 15, 2016 Women are taking risks with films: Anushka Sharma
|In 2008, she got a dream launch. She starred in Rab Ne Bana Do Jodi (RNBDJ), a film...|
- Sunday, August 14, 2016 Hrithik enjoying the life, see how?
|A slew of actors are known for their smoking habits, but Hrithik Roshan kicked the butt...|
- Thursday, August 11, 2016 Ranveer Singh: How Befikre actor is changing rules of stardom
|Once upon a time in 'Bollywood' you could find a direct connection between people and the films they were praying to succeed or fail...|