Farewell, my dear friend
As Dhaka shoot draws to a close, Chris hosts send-off bash for child artiste Rudraksh Jaiswal
are based on honesty. You should know how to tell a leading actor, ‘Sir, iss scene mein aap kuch nahi karoge, aap peeche khade rahoge.’”
Quiz him if content-driven cinema has relegated masala films to the sidelines, and he dismisses the notion. “These are blockbuster movies that are meant for mass viewing. Such films never go out of fashion.” WITH the shoot of Chris Hemsworth’s Dhaka nearing its end, the film’s team had an early wrap-up party over the weekend. The bash doubled up as a send-off party for child artiste Rudraksh Jaiswal, who plays a pivotal part in the drama. A unit member said, “Chris has forged a deep bond with Rudraksh, and wanted the perfect send-off for him. He has invited him to his home in Australia as well.” Jaiswal says that the past months of shooting across India and Thailand has been a cherished experience. “This film made me richer as an actor. Now, I’m looking forward to reuniting with Chris sir during the promotions.”
Jaiswal with Randeep Hooda; Chris Hemsworth.