Farewell, my dear friend

As Dhaka shoot draws to a close, Chris hosts send-off bash for child artiste Ru­draksh Jaiswal

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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.”

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Jaiswal with Ran­deep Hooda; Chris Hemsworth.

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