Working in David Dhawan film big high: Divyendu
Mumbai: Divyendu Sharma, who will be seen in the remake of light-hearted drama ‘Chashme Baddoor’, says working with David Dhawan is a big high for him and his co-stars.
Dhawan`s version of Sai Paranjpye`s 1981 romantic-comedy also stars Siddharth, Ali Zafar and newcomer Taapsee.
"Like you have in your life a bucket list that you have to do this and this, it is one of those ticks now. Doing a David Dhawan film is like a big high in our lives," the 29-year-old told reporters said here Tuesday. He was promoting the film at a college with Dhawan and co-stars Taapsee and Siddharth.
Divyendu also recalls how a David Dhawan, known for giving hits like ‘Hero.No 1’, ‘Jodi No. 1’ and ‘Partner’, film meant family time as a kid.
"The whole family used to sit together and watch his films on TV. And then, one day you become an actor and you are doing a film with Mr. David Dhawan, the man himself. It takes time to sink in, it was a fun ride," said the 29-year-old.
Meanwhile, Southern actress Taapsee, who makes her Bollywood debut with ‘Chashme Baddoor’, recalls how as a kid she used to dance only on his songs.
"Since I was a kid, I have danced most on his songs (David Dhawan), `Biwi No. 1`, `Sona Kitna sona hai` was our favourite songs," the actress said here.
"I am the luckiest to be debuting with his film. I have not danced on other songs as much as I have on his," she added.
‘Chashme Baddoor’ is set to release April 5.