Neil Nitin Mukesh: Ameesha is quite experienced and a big star
Latest posters of SHORTCUT ROMEO are out and the film is already gaining brownie points for seemingly turning out to be an intriguing outing. This time around, Neil Nitin Mukesh's co-star is Ameesha Patel, someone who has been around for many more years than him, and is looking pretty much at ease enacting the part of a negative character.
"Well, Ameesha is quite experienced and is a big star. Normally someone like her would come with a lot of attitude and baggage. However she doesn't and that was quite nice," smiles Neil.
Other than Ameesha, he also has Puja Gupta for company who is returning on scene a couple of years after F.A.L.T.U. No wonder, he was happy to be surrounded by two beautiful women who made for a fresh pairing with him.
"Of course beautiful women make life easier," Neil perks up here, "It takes stress away you when there are gorgeous women on the sets. Moreover, their USP is not just their looks but the fact that they have put in so much of hard work in making the film. I am yet to see an actor like Ameesha who has no tantrums whatsoever. It is her inner beauty that has the maximum radiance since by nature she is so relaxed and calm. Not once did she complain about anything."
A Susi Ganesh directed thriller, SHORTCUT ROMEO releases all over on 21st June.
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