Esha Deol Discusses Her Father Dharmendra's Return, Stating That "Mom Hema Malini Is Looking For The Right Script."
by Eva Fernandez | Tue, 27 Jul 2021 08:59:33 GMT
Esha Deol Discusses Her Father Dharmendra's Return (Source - Bing images)

Dharmendra, the legendary Bollywood actor, takes on acting in Karan Johar's upcoming film "Rocky Owl Lani Ki Prem Kahani," starring Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh. The fact that he portrays the loving character on the other side of Jaya Bachchan adds to the film's uniqueness.

Dharmendra and Hema Marini's daughter, actor Esha de Alter Kutani, was called by ETimes to discuss this situation. He's been wearing a producer's hat recently. Esha expressed her gratitude for the popularity of the just-released OTT film by saying, "I love her." We're all excited to see Roc because Karan Johar is crafting a fantastic film.

Dharmendra, who has previously worked with Jaya in films such as Guddi and Sholay, also expressed his excitement to be working with her. "I recall Jaya Bachchan as my co-star in Guddi. Throughout the film, she would always say, 'Dharam ji main fan hoon aap ki,' and I can say she was a true fan.” He also talked about his role in Rocky and Rani Ki Prem Kahani. "At this age, I'm playing a romantic. In another interview, he told the leading daily, "You know, once a romantic, always a romantic."

Esha Is Also Starting As A Producer

Esha, on the other hand, is making her debut as a producer with her upcoming film Ek Duaa, produced by Bharat Esha Films. She will be playing a leading role in the movie, which is set to be released on Voot. Esha plays a woman who fights for equal rights and love for her daughter in the film directed by Ram Kamal Mukherjee.

I felt a greater connection with the script of Ek Duaa," Esha said of her journey as a producer for the film. I knew I had to stand behind the film and the cause, and I also wanted to be a part of it as a producer. It provided an opportunity for Bharat and me to embark on a new chapter as partners.”

She explained more about her mother, Hema, saying, "As an actor, she will always be an actor, so she is looking for the right script to come her way so that she can devote her time, energy, and passion to her craft. I believe she will do it if just one script clicks with her."