October 26, 2012 @ 00:00 am
So, Aishwarya had taken a long holiday, to enjoy the bundle of joy but now it is time for her to make a comeback.
Yet, for some women the pregnancy leave doesn’t end like in the case of Karishma Kapoor, leaving her scattered across television channels content with brand advertisements.
Anyway, here’s the dope; Karan Johar is already over the Student of the Year phase and is ready to shoot again, he wants to remake the film Bemisaal which was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and plans on making Aishwarya play the lead. If it works out, it would be the first time the two would be working together.
Let us try to realize Aishwarya’s role in the film, but before that we must quickly update ourselves on this sample of 80’s cinema. Bemisaal was released in 1982, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Vinod Mehra and Raakhee Gulzar. While Amitabh’s dialogue delivery in this film is unmatched and Vinod Mehra does much justice to his role, we shall concentrate on Rakhee Gulzar’s character which Aishwarya Rai will re-establish.
If you have seen Rakhee Gulzar perform you wouldn’t be slow to grasp the talent she commands as an actress. Bhavna Somaiya, in comparing the skills of Zeenat and Rakhee once said, what Zeenat had to do in Satyam Shivam Sundaram to look sensuous, Rakhee could do with her fetching eyes. In Bemisaal, she is the centre of attraction for the two actors, but Amitabh moves out of the way; however, the two still share an intimacy that can visually be credited to Hrishikesh Mukherjee.
The love triangle plot, would remind most of you of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam; besides, Aishwarya is no less alluring with her pair of eyes. Hence, we think Aishwarya should sign the line. What say?
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