Would cut off my arms to work with Aamir again: Reema
Kolkata: Reema Kagti, the director of forthcoming movie 'Talaash' that sees Aamir Khan in the lead role, wants to work with him again and she is willing to cut off her hands for the purpose.
"I would cut off my arms to work with him again. Both of us are very obsessive about what we do. So we got along like a house on fire," said Kagti who debuted with 'Honeymoon Travels Pvt.Ltd' five years ago.
'Talaash', Kagti's second outing as a director, a suspense thriller, also sees actresses Rani Mukherjee and Kareena Kapoor in pivotal roles.
The entire cast and crew has been tight-lipped about the movie slated for a November 30 all India release.
"If I tell you the plot then the three producers would have me shot dead. Since it has an element of surprise, it's best that you go and watch it rather than hear the story from me," said Kagti of the movie produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani's Excel Entertainment and Aamir Khan Productions.
The film reunites filmmaker Zoya Akhtar and Kagti as screenplay and storywriters after 2011's 'Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara'.
"Currently Zoya and I are developing two scripts. It's too premature to talk about them. We are trying to do some kind of memorable film making," said Kagti.
In the city to promote 'Talaash', with Rani Mukherjee and Farhan Akhtar, the director would like to scout for new talent in the city.
"I would definitely like to scout for new talent in the city. I am a movie buff and I watch Bengali films too," said Kagti.
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