Sridevi, who first faced the camera at the age of seven, is full of beans when India-West has a ‘phoner with her.
Excerpts from the interview:
Q: What does he think of your performance?
Q: All your co-stars were new to you. How were they to work with?
Q: Which is the best compliment you have received for this role?
Q: How much has all this motivated you to do more films, or maybe become choosier?
Q: Which have been your past favorites from your films?
Q: Your music was a great asset to your career, especially in the films of Bappi Lahiri at first and then Laxmikant-Pyarelal.
Q: Recently Tusshar Kapoor expressed his anger at a statement you had made about Himmatwala being no “Mughal-E-Azam.”
Q: What is the truth behind all the conflicting media reports about your daughter Jhanvi doing films, your grooming her, and then her not doing films and so on?
Q: Will it be okay if she decides on a film career later?
Q: What is the status of the sequel to “Mr. India?”
By R. M. Vijayakar, Special to India-West
Oct 28, 2012