Ten years have gone !! really?? a decade?? yes, it’s been 10 years when Life in a… Metro was released and today is the 10th anniversary of this flick and here we will discuss what all the actor Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s talked about the movie and the Anurag Basu director of the movie.
The star cast of this movie was Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Kay Kay Menon, Shiney Ahuja, Sharman Joshi, Kangana Ranaut, and Irrfan Khan, and today, ‘Life in a …Metro’ turns 10. The story revolved around the nine people, a musical drama nine people, covered the relationship issues, old age, love, and marriage. Shilpa Shetty said, “believe it’s been so many years,” I couldn’t believe this.
Actor Shilpa portrayed the role of a homemaker who stuck in a meaningless and loveless marriage, she said Anurag changed the climax at the end of the shooting the film. As per the main script, her role was to perform love with her lover Akash, which was played by Shiney Ahuja. Menon said, however, in the movie she left him for her husband. Shilpa Shetty says, “The end of my track with Shiney was supposed to be happy.. as in I leave with him.. that is what was narrated to me..but on location, Anurag was against shooting it.”
Although, the actress also added, it was necessary to bring this change in the movie as this change worked for her role. She said, “After a lot of thinking, he (Anurag) changed the climax on location, making me go back to my daughter. He said most Indian women would do just that — try to make that compromise and kill their own feelings for their child. So true. That’s why that character works.”
Recollecting her shooting experience of Life in a…Metro Shilpa says, “I enjoyed every bit, working with Anurag is a joy, he’s a brilliant actor himself and it was a learning curve. I remember going to London for (celebrity reality show) Big Brother in the middle of the shoot and I won it, causing literally a six to seven-month delay but Ronnie Screwvala (producer) and Anurag were so supportive. I’m still in touch with Anurag because of Super Dancer (dance-reality show),” When reporters asked about her best memory while shooting, she said, “Life in a…Metro was the first Indian mainstream film to premier on Leicester Square, London, and I remember it was such a high.”
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