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    Chitrangda in Aamir's comedy
    By Subhash K Jha

    All her trepidation regarding her comeback has been wiped away in less than three month.

    After having shot with a formidable cast for Onir's Sorry Bhai in Mauritius, the dusky Chitrangda is back in Mumbai and all set to work with none other than Aamir Khan in his hush-hush project Delhi Belly.

    Though no one is talking about it, the Delhi-based sex comedy Delhi Belly will feature Aamir Khan in a pivotal role. And the comeback queen Chitrangda has bagged the female lead.

    The director Abhinay Deol had earlier shot an ad with Chitrangda and had his heart set on casting her in his first feature film.

    Says Chitrangda, "Right now all I can say is that I'm waiting for the script?.I never expected such wonderful things to happen after my decision to return to films. The blockade about married actress is more in the individual's mind."

    The Sudhir Mishra discovery is increasingly being seen as this millenium's Smita Patil. "It's uncanny. But Sudhir would say so during the making of Hazaar Khwahishein Aisi and now during Sorry Bhai Shabana kept saying the same.

    I believe Shabanaji and Smitaji were close friends. In a way Shabanaji has been my only idol. When I set out to do my first film my only reference was Shabanaji. To work with her so early in my career was a little daunting.

    She plays my prospective mother-in-law in Sorry Bhai and I do have some important emotional scenes with her. Fortuntaly she turned out to be very encouraging and nurturing.

    She brings out the best in you and raises your performing level without even making you realize she's doing it. She carries a scene beyond the written word."

    Chitrangda is now enthused about her career. "Now I'm more than ever sure that this is where I'm supposed to be. Acting is my calling. Of course there's still a sense of insecurity.

    I'm sure even the most accomplished actors feel it. Fortunately for me I've started well. It was a pleasure working with the Sorry Bhai team.

    I went with some nervousness considering this was my first film in three years and I was going to be with them for thirty days in Mauritius.By the end of it felt like family."



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