By Glamsham EditorialThe longer the barrel time, the finer the wine. The adage seems to spill into the work ethics and belief of the self-confessed film addict Priyadarshan, who has taken it upon himself it seems to ensure that great actors should be seen onscreen as long as possible. Considering it to be a blessing to give work to people who are seniors, director Priyadarshan reflects thoughtfully, "I find that the generation has such a lack of respect for its seniors, I have partly learnt the ethics of cinema from Om Puri and Asrani and it has really been a pleasure working with legends like Nana Patekar and Paresh Rawal."
Going a step further he adds on his experience while working with the senior actors in his upcoming film, Percept Pictures' KAMAAL DHAMAAL MALAMAAL to release on 28th September, "Nana Patekar, Om Puri, Paresh Rawal... they are such actors who bring life into a scene with their give and take... Shakti Kapoor has his own charm and Asrani has put so much energy into his character that one is forced to believe that Shreyas and Asrani are of the same age!"
If not add another feather to his cap, this is definitely another proud swirl to Asrani's Hitler mustache to be talked about in the team of Priyan's extraordinary gentlemen eh!