Actor Rajat Barmecha says after his Bollywood debut "Udaan" in 2010, his director Vikramaditya Motwane had discussed about shooting its sequel ten years later. DNA, 1 month ago
Rajat Barmecha made his Bollywood debut with Anurag Kashyap's production "Udaan" and the actor says he doesn't need to go asking for an acting job from his mentor because they are like family.DNA, 1 month ago
Thursday, 16 February 2017|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535003894608|channel:India " --IANS" New Delhi, Feb 16 - Actor Rajat Barmecha, who came into limelight with his debut film Udaan and has since been very choosy about his roles, says he doesnt wish to play a ...Nerve, 1 month ago Can't play sidekick to big actors in films: Rajat Barmecha Business Standard, 1 month ago
'At the end of the day, stars are actors.''They love performing. And the more challenges I feel that you end up giving stars on the sets, the happier they are.' IMAGE: Rajkummar Rao in Trapped. Vikramaditya Motwane is a word-eater. Conversations with him demand your attention. Long sentences will be punctuated by incomplete ones, phrases, verbs, where the purity of language does not matter as long as the thought gets across. Thoughts chase each other -- the second one often rushing in before ...Rediff.com, 22 hours ago
Trapped is not an easy film to stomach, says Sukanya Verma. When the doorknob gets stuck, the key won’t fully turn in, the person on the other line can’t hear you or your screams fall on deaf ears, one’s first emotional response is to panic. Disconnect of any kind, if against one’s will, even momentarily, throws us into a mild tizzy. Director Vikramaditya Motwane not only dwells on this unpleasant and familiar sensation, but also prolongs it ruthlessly to create a ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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