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So I wanted to make a book that had all those connections and do a book that becomes a journey into popular Indian culture through Shah Rukh Khan. This is why I wrote the book. AC: Baazigar and Darr [both ] are roles of psychopaths that go around killing people for no apparent reason. These are not roles that the Hindu movie hero would do.
Many, many big stars had said no to those roles before he took them on. He didn't just take on one but two roles, and then he signed for a third, which did not work as well. I think he has incredibly good instincts about what makes a good film and what would make an entertaining film. He is instinctively an entertainer and he wants his audience to be happy. His instincts on that are on the money every time, because look at the consistency of his success. It's been 15 years now and he still roles them out every year, one after another. CNN: Why do you think cinema is so important to the Indian people?
Why is Bollywood so influential? AC: I think it connects with people.
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I can speak as someone who loves Bollywood and buys first show tickets and sits in the theatre. I love the emotion of it, and I think that is what connects with people. I love the non-cynicism of it.
It is not dark or cynical like so much European or Western cinema. It is positive, it is happy, but it is not infantile. It's optimistic. I write in my book that it is a collective expression of hope and it is a necessary comfort for all of us.
Of course I love the song and dance. It is just wonderful.
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AC: I had always heard and then seen that his energy is unstoppable. When I first interviewed him I had been working for India Today for years, and I profiled him for the magazine. When he was just coming up it was this manic energy going on. It is incredible that his energy has not blunted, nor his determination to do the right thing. You would think this super stardom would blunt it somewhat, that he'd get complacent, I am king of the world, what do I need to do?
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This signified the beginning of a bleak period for the actor, as it coincided with various failings in his businesses and in his on-screen career - and the events provide a real cinematic twist, allowing Chopra to muse on her fallen hero's dark days, which are, of course, tempered by an inevitably triumphant comeback with the movie Devdas. Chopra offers a solid entry-level introduction to both Bollywood and one of its biggest stars.
The only flaw is the lack of detailed interview material with its primary subject, but this is nicely counterbalanced by the author's musings on wider developments in Bollywood. A neat encapsulation of an amazing career. Kirkus Reviews --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Event 'slide. Event 'slid.