Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery

Posted on 30 September 2011

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Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery

Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery

Of course, first impression can be deceptive. In Cyrus Sahukar’s case, so could second, third and fourth. Though he’d often come across as a waster dope-fiend (he still doesn’t have dark circles. Wonder what he’s sniffing?) who had lucked out, whose casual sarcasm and proficiency with appalling language had received an airing at just the right time to catch the public imagination, his rise was far more complex than that, involving a decade or more I’m guessing, of hard work and a deep belief in his own abilities that was forged and encouraged by several significant others. Once going nowhere, he was suddenly everywhere and today on to the big screen where more bucks are made on silly subjects (movies). But first things first! Cyrus is straight. Yes, and there’s nothing such as ‘Stand Up comedians are gays’. I don’t even know where this came from. But the more Cyrus stands on your face or sits in front of you, he’s surely putting that smile on your face again (Heath Ledger must be cursing him for what I know from up in the heaven). I’m assuming, unable to continue falling back on his vast stock of jokes about girls, women, aunties with big t***, dope, beer and sex, he was forced to test himself as an actor under the brightest spotlight. Given the man’s resourcefulness thus far, he went for it. Thus the result – Rang De Basanti, Delhi 6, Aisha and now Love Breakups Zindagi. At well over six feet tall, it would be hard to miss Cyrus in a crowd. The good news is, he’s not trying to blend into the crowd anyway. After all, he is that one actor who admits to having normal parents. UK’s Harrow Observer columnist meets a social philosopher aka an actor in Bollywood named Cyrus Sahukar, who so consistently tells so many ugly and hilarious truths about the way we Indians live or pretend to live. Did I say ‘Indians’? Oops! Coz I meant ‘Indian actors’.

“I haven’t done anything that’s comic so far in my films”
Bro, I haven’t done anything called ‘comedy’ in any of my movies. I’m confused now. I don’t even know whether I am a good actor as my career in movies has only begun three years ago. Anyone who does television will tell you that the films are a completely different medium. I remember the day before I went to the Delhi 6 shoot, I was told that working in a film like this is like working in forty films because I was getting to work with Om Puri, Waheeda Rahman, Abhishek Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor and Pawan Malhotra. I never got off the sets. I didn’t shoot for twelve days but I was on set every day. That’s a real ‘hard on’ for me.

Cyrus Sahukar “Bizarrely, I’ve just come to realise that I’ve only done films in Delhi. I need to move out of Delhi now”
I’ve come from a school where I’ve learnt everything in an organic way. Even in films, I do it to a certain extent. I constantly pick up things to add dignity to my characters. Bizarrely, I’ve just come to realise that I’ve only done films in Delhi. I need to come out of Delhi – Rang De Basanti, Delhi 6, Aisha and now Love Breakups Zindagi (laughs). I’ve not got one phone call from the Delhi Tourism saying, ‘Come Cyrus, at least have a Mango duet ice-cream’.

Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery

Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery

Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery


Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery

Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery
Love Break ups zindgi Interviews Gallery

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