Tuesday, August 14, 2007

I want a National award: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Bollywood Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali considers that actress Rani Mukherji also deserves the National Award for the best actress in Black. Recently the National Award for year 2005

  has been announced by the jury of members. According to this Bhansali’s Blockbuster movie Black won the three national awards for the best Hindi feature film, the best costume and the best actor award for Superstar Amitabh Bachchan.

Given an exclusive interview Bhansali says that he has no intension to point out or criticize the Jury’s decisions. But he feels actress Rani Mukherji has worth getting the best actress category award for her outstanding performance in the film Black in which she acted as a deaf, dumb and blind girl.

 On the issue of Sarika got best actress award for Parzania the intensive director said obviously Sarika is an excellent actress and give the fantastic performance in Parzania. But the portrayal of Michelle represents a neglected section of society and Rani played it very sensitively that is why he appreciates her. According to him nothing surprised, few years ago actress Jennifer Kapoor also couldn’t achieve the national award for 36 Chowringhee Lane. Rani's performance in "Black"is equivalent with Jennifer Kapoor in "36 Chowringhee Lane", Nargis in "Mother India" or Seema Biswas in "Bandit Queen".

Besides this Bhansali further told the media persons that he always keen to get the national award for best direction but he couldn’t. Unluckily neither his first films Khamoshi: The Musical, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, nor Devdas and recently for Black which achieved three national awards could not give him the national award for best direction.

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