This week, we’ve got Ranvir Shorey in the studio! Best known for his perfect comic timing and his effortless acting chops, he’s made his mark in films like Bheja Fry, Khosla ka Ghosla and more. He chats with Indu Mirani about what he looks for in a script, his opinion on the Bollywood vs Indie debate and how fatherhood has changed him.
From a village woman in Parched to a successful working woman in UnIndian, a young girl in Island City to a repressed housewife in Bricklane — Tannishtha Chatterjee has moulded herself into roles of all shapes and sizes.
This week on Bollywood Scene Stealers , Tannisha Chatterjee chats with Indu Mirani about her career, her story and how she manages to play such diverse roles in Bollywood.
This week, Indu Mirani sits down to chat with the super talented, National Award winner, Atul Kulkarni!
The multi-lingual actor has been performing for almost two decades and has made his mark in Hindi, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil and Marathi films. He opens up about his journey, his best work and his movies; from Chandni Bar to Natrang and Hey Ram to Raees.
On the very first episode, Indu Mirani talks to Calendar/Pappu Pager/Mutthu Swamy aka Satish Kaushik!
He has made a huge contribution to Bollywood, theatre, Indian television and international cinema as an actor, producer and director and continues to have an insatiable appetite for his craft, even three decades later.
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More and more directors realize that just casting the right lead in a film is not enough. Casting the character actors in supporting roles is as much if not more important. Our show, Bollywood Scene Stealers will take you through the journey and the legacy laid down by these actors while highlighting their immense contribution to the films they star in.
Every week veteran film journalist Indu Mirani puts a stalwart character actor in the spotlight to better understand what makes them so good at what they do.