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Directed by
Kabir Khan

Produced by
Deepika Padukone
Vishnu Vardhan Induri
Madhu Mantena
Kabir Khan
Sajid Nadiadwala

Based on
1983 (Malayalam Movie)

Ranveer Singh
Deepika Padukone
Tahir Raj Bhasin
Saqib Saleem
Harrdy Sandhu

Music by
Tanishk Bagchi

Julius Packiam

Aseem Mishra

Edited by
Rameshwar S. Bhagat

Production Company
Phantom Films
Reliance Entertainment
Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
Vibri Media
KA Productions

Distributed by
Reliance Entertainment

Release date
10 April 2020



₹125 crore
Ranveer Singh 83

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I proudly tell everyone that I am from a city jahan se Bachchan ji jaise kalakar nikle hain: Tahir Raj Bhasin
It was actor Tahir Raj Bhasin’s first visit to Lucknow. The 'Chhichore' actor was recently in the city for a seminar at the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. Excited about his debut on stage as a speaker at IIM-Lucknow, in an exclusive interview with us done at the campus post the seminar, the Mardani actor shared about his interaction with the students, his UP connect, Bollywood journey and how life has changed after the success of his last film... Is this your first visit to Lucknow? I have been to Prayagraj before but not to Lucknow. This is my first visit here but I know Prayagraj quite well since a large part of my childhood was spent there as being in the Indian Air Force, my dad was posted there. What I know about Lucknow is that a lot of film shootings are happening here. And as an actor now it is a dream of mine to come to Lucknow and shoot here. We actors are really stressed of the kind of food we get when shooting in different cities but Lucknow mein shoot karte time that I am sure, for any actor it will not be a thing to worry about as yahan ka khana is famous every where. I have friends in Lucknow who have promised to take me for a Lakhnawi khaane ki treat of some mouth-watering kebabs. So what memories do you have of Prayagraj? I went to Boys’ High School in the year 1996 when I was in class VI. I have amazing memories of this city. Prayagraj is the first place where in school I performed on the first time on stage while participating in elocution and poetry. Everyone’s childhood is special and the palace where it is spent too is a special one. So for me Prayagraj holds a special place in my heart. I remember living in Civil line and travelling in tempos. Every time we had a family visiting us from another city, we used to go to Sangam. I have taken several dips in the Sangam. As a child it was so fascinating to live in a colourful city like Prayagraj which had so many stories to it. Also meri zubaan jo itni saaf hai Hindi mein is because I lived there. Also since Amitabh Bachchan ji is from Prayagraj, I proudly tell everyone that I am from a city jahan se Bachchan ji jaise kalakar nikle hain. I remember going for an exhibition to Anand Bhawan, the home of Jawahar Lal Nehru. Tahir Raj Bhasin (inset) was seen as Derek in Chhichhore (BCCL/ Vishnu Jaiswal) How was it addressing the students at IIM Lucknow? I was really very excited about this. The topic was social media influence today. I told them about my Bollywood journey. They asked me some really good questions too. I tried my best not to give a moral lecture to them. I told them how we actors are also creative entrepreneurs and how we are our own brand and our own CEOs. I told them how we pitch ourselves in the industry. I tried my best to be at their level and conceptualise with them emotionally. Most things were impromptu. An interesting question by a student was that how much of social media is important for me today? i told them that while I would like to put out most stuff from my professional engagements like coming to IIM and giving this interview today, I would definitely like to draw a line on what stuff I wouldn’t post online from my private life. I am intentionally not doing things to gain followers on social media. Coming back to you acting journey, it started off from doing theatre in Delhi. Theatre for me was discovering that I have this talent of acting. I did theatre with Barry John in Delhi when I was 15 years old. So when Barry sir, who has taught actors like Shah Rukh Khan and Manoj Bajpayee, told me that I have potential to make it in Bollywood, it was motivation of another level. Also performing in front of a live audience is always very exhilarating because there are no retakes and you have to be pitch perfect. So theatre in short, helps an actor overcome performance pressure. Tahir Raj Bhasin (BCCL/ Vishnu Jaiswal) What was that moment in your life when you realised you want to be an actor? I went to Australia to study film making and when I saw the level of detailing that goes into creating a scene and the intricacies with which one has to deliver a line – I was like wow! For me it was a mix of philosophy, psychology and art. During that time I made a switch to foray completely into acting. My parents though were concerned on how I will make a living out of this, they were supportive. However, when they first came to watch the first screening of Mardani, my mom was in tears. I asked her if she didn’t like the film or me. And she replied saying no, not at all! She told me that it was a very proud moment for her to see me with an actress like Rani Mukerji. How has life changed after the success of your films Mardani and now Chhichore? As they say in Mumbai, my life changed on a Friday, with the release of Mardani and now Chhichore. After the release of Mardani, suddenly from a struggling actor giving auditions, I became an actor. I no longer had to pick up the phone and make an introduction that ‘Hi I am Tahir’. Mardani was a crime thriller, Manto after that was a period biopic, Force 2 was an action film, Chhichore has been a college drama and my next will be a sports film. So in a short span of seven years into the industry to do different parts is great. For me, I want to keep surprising the audience by doing different work.