Submitted by WBRi on Thu, 04/26/2012 - 19:36.
Washington, DC, April 26, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Gurjeet Singh chats with actor Tejash Natali about his career in films and his roles in Bollywood thriller 9 ELEVEN and the upcoming film LOLCI.
Tejash Natali was helping out his friends - film-maker Manan Singh Katohora and producer Narain Kumar Mathur - with casting for their award-winning Indo-American Bollywood style Hindi thriller film "9 Eleven", when the idea of casting Tejash himself as an underground Don named Samir Bhai in Mumbai was floated. Once Tejash listened to the description of the character and the part he plays in the script, he decided to give it a shot, drawing confidence from his early experience in growing up in the seat of Bollywood and watching stalwarts like Amitabh Bachchan, Amrish Puri and Paresh Rawal.
The film 9 Eleven has nothing to do with the terrorist attacks of 9/11. It is actually about 11 people being abducted and put into a room. The intriguing thriller, the caption of which is "Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid", captivates its viewers while the abductees try to figure out the reason for their predicament as one of them is killed every nine minutes! Each character is from a distinctly different background - the script is remarkable in the way it weaves the story. Viewers have reported a distinct sense of one's Karma catching up, irrespective of how long ago the deeds may have been done, when watching the film.