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Om Puri

The veteran actor talks about his three new films

Om Puri
Om Puri
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You’ve got films releasing back to back?

Yes. Life Goes On, West is West and Teen Thay Bhai.

What makes you sift out these scripts from among the many you must be offered?

Money, money money.

Life Goes On could hardly have paid you that much?

That’s true. It didn’t pay but then I knew Sangeeta Datta and I did it for her. It was an interesting role and a pleasure working with people like Sharmila Tagore.

4Is everything okay on the career front?

Well, I’ve got Agneepath with Karan Johar, Don 2 with Farhan Akhtar and a film with Bimal Kumar, who is planning to remake the old classic, Parakh.

Bimal Roy’s Parakh? What role have you been offered?

The one Motilal had played.

Tell us about Teen Thay Bhai?

I play one of the brothers. We shot for 40 days in Gulmarg, the...

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