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03-09-2011, 11:18 PM #1
Meet the new faces in SRK's new filmRadio Jockey and television host Roshan Abbas is all set for his directorial debut Always, Kabhi Kabhi, a small-budget film produced by Shah Rukh Khan.
The movie explores life in high school and the joys and anxiety youngsters go through in their most formative years. It is slated to be released on June 17.
Based on the play Graffiti, which Abbas had written and directed back in 1999, Always, Kabhi Kabhi could spring a box office surprise.
The film stars four new faces. Here's a look at them.
Zoa Morani, daughter of Cineyug's Karim Morani, will make her acting debut here. Zoa has earlier worked as an assistant director in Farah Khan's Om Shanti Om.
The Moranis share a long bonding with Shah Rukh Khan, as they have been organising shows abroad.
It is reported that SRK is going the extra mile to ensue that the newbie doesn't get overexposed. He has banned her from making any public appearance for some time.
She played a naive and shy Punjabi kudi opposite Saif Ali Khan in Love Aaj Kal with elan.
Brazilian model Giselle Monteiro, 20, surely must have made her presence felt as the Badshah of Bollywood made the call many young girls would kill to receive.
Shah Rukh liked her performance in Love Aaj Kal so much that he recommended Giselle for the role in Always, Kabhi Kabhi.
After doing a cameo in Rajkumar Hirani's 3 Idiots as Joy Lobo, Ali Fazal has been roped in SRK's film.
Fazal plays one of the main lead opposite the Brazilian model Giselle Monteiro in the movie.
The movie has been extensively shot in Lucknow's La Martiniere Boys College, which is where the actor comes from. Apparently, Ali had the to lose 14 kilos to look like a schoolboy in the film.
Satyajeet Dubey has the perfect look to be the next chocolate boy hero.
In the movie, he will play a loveable geek, who will be paired opposite Zoa Morani.
Just 21 years old, Satyajeet is the nephew of famous theatre personality Pandit Satyadev Dubey and has been featured in a lot of television commercials before getting a break in television serials. He is best known for his role as Nanasaheb in Jhansi Ki Rani.
Coming from a theatre background, Satyajeet hails from a small town of Bilaspur, Chattisgarh....being a human...