Monday, 26 November 2012

Reema Kagti

"...I will make distinctions like ‘good film’ and ‘bad film’. You know, nowadays what happens is that films are judged by the amount of money they make – I mean, all these films nowadays that make RS 100 or 150 crores. But rarely do you meet a person who has seen the film and liked it. At the same time there are films like English Vinglish that made just Rs 60 crores. I personally have not seen it, but kudos to the filmmaker, as whoever I have met has loved the film. So you cannot just take numbers and use that as a way to judge films. Accountants function like that!"

-- Reema Kagti at Bollywoodlife

Sridevi strides in New York, in the film English Vinglish






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