Simmba Dialogue Writer Farhad Samji working with Rohit Shetty Again

adminDecember 26, 2018

New Delhi:

Screenwriter director Farhad Samji says that due to his 11-year affiliation with filmmaker Rohit Shetty, he feels that the type of chemistry he shares with Singham director would be difficult to have with others. Farhad had teamed up with Rohit for movies like Golmaal 3, Bol Bachchan and Chennai Express. The two joined again, this time for the upcoming movie Simmba.

"We have made 11 films together, so we are more than family. We know each other's strengths and weaknesses. I have also worked with other board members, but with Rohit Shetty it is very clear. He knows what I want to convey. What he wants From me, that kind of chemistry, I guess I hardly have it with others, "Farhad told IANS.

"When a writer writes, he imagines how the scene would be. When I write and tell him, he listens to it and visually when it comes to the screen. I feel it's 10 times better because his treatment is amazing."

"Rohit knows that regardless of the film's scope or sequences involved in it or how many cars we blow up, the audience will have good content, history, feelings and characters."

Farhad has written dialogues for Simmba and when the trailer came out, actor Ranveer Singh's "Tell me something I don't know" dialogue from movie-inspired memes on social media.

"Social media creates tremendous awareness. For a long time, we have believed" All publicity is good publicity. "So when a movie is about to come out and there are comments on social media, you can sometimes wonder" How can they comment like this? & # 39; But some people respond in such a way.

"Even if you see a hit movie … like we see Sholay or Lagaan, they are all masterpieces, but each person has a different vision. If you want to ask 10 people, at least two will still not like them. I am attracted to more critical social media. People give positive reviews too, "he said.

From now on, he is excited to see how the people will react to the movie.

"It's not a light comedy. It's a proper message given in a commercial way," he said.

Simmba will show how a corrupt policeman gradually faces rapists.

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