We have made a good film: Imran on '...Dobaara'
Mumbai: Imran Khan is not apprehensive about his work in 'Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobaara!' any more. He is confident viewers will appreciate his work in the film, releasing Friday.
Directed by Milan Luthria, the film is a sequel to 'Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai' and revolves around three characters played by Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha and Imran.
"I am always very nervous before the release of a film, but I saw the film last night (Monday) with Akshay sir and Sonakshi and I am feeling very strong," the 31-year-old said in an interview.
"I feel we have managed to make a very good film, I feel very happy with my work and I have a sense that people are going to appreciate my work," he added.
Imran received the best compliment from Luthria.
"The best compliment came from my director Milan sir, who said that he is very pleased with my work. Obviously, as an actor you want the audience to appreciate your work," Imran said.
"But a film starts in a director's head, that's where it really takes birth. For him to feel that I have done justice to his character, is a great honour," he added.
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