Blind Item – March 2018 6
Rajeev Masand’s blind item for this week is about this young actor, who is taking charge on the sets of his film. Frankly speaking, there’s nothing surprising about this. Usually, when actors have experienced flops or have only had hit films, they tend to get more involved in their work. By being more involve, we meant getting into other people’s faces as well by telling them how they should do their job. He is doing the same thing that his idol does.
There’s nothing strange about it because in his case his two flops hit him so hard that he is trying his best to make sure that he doesn’t overlook any angle that can help make his film a hit. Well, it’s such a headache to live like this. We are going with him as our OSOP Guesses because he is a second-generation filmi actor, his father is the first one in the family to become an actor. The film that he is currently promoting has been done filming, so this must be the new project that he has signed with a popular production house. The movie will be directed by a two-film old director.
We wonder what this movie’s story is going to be since it’s about high school or college. Will there be a terrorist attack involved? We are just asking because this kid is only good in dancing and fighting. He recently described his character in the film in an interview and the way he said it was hilarious. You would think that he’s going for a beauty pageant instead of a movie set.
The Limelight Hog
A rising star, a young, second-generation filmi, is letting success go to his head, it appears. Reports coming in from the team working on his new film suggest that this twenty-something, who hasn’t even had half a dozen releases yet, is already ‘giving his opinion’ to the director and key technicians on how they should do their jobs.
Recently, he recommended that a love song recorded by the composers be filmed on him solo, instead of it being picturised on him and his leading lady. He wanted to hog the track for himself, despite it being a love ballad with male and female audio tracks. He explained that “it would be better this way”.
The director, himself a young gun, has exercised considerable patience dealing with his hero, but the crew appears to be getting exhausted—and the cameras haven’t even started rolling yet.