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Anupama Chopra brings villains to ‘The Front Row’
MUMBAI: Film critic and anchor of ‘The Front Row’ Anupama Chopra is bringing popular villains of Bollywood together in a special edition of her show called ‘The Front Row Dialogues’ on Star World.
The special episode will feature four leading bad guys of the Indian film industry—Prem Chopra, Prakash Raj, Gulshan Grover and Ronit Roy—in the third edition of ‘The Front Row Dialogues’ with Anupama Chopra.
In the special episode, the actors will talk about what it is like to be evil on screen and why it is good to be bad in the movies on 28 February at 8:30 pm on Star World.
Known for their wicked laughter and scary persona giving nightmares to generations of audiences, the big bad men will also be quizzed on what it takes to be a great villain. The actors will share their views on the changing equations of villainy in Bollywood, battling negative stereotypes in real life and why villains in Hindi cinema laugh so much.
On being asked about how it feels to be an on-screen bad man, Grover replied, “It takes a Ram to make a Ravan insecure.”
On the other hand, Prakash Raj answered, “For me, heroes are the villains in my life.”
The first edition of the show featured a Director’s Special with experts like Imtiaz Ali, Rajkumar Hirani, Farah Khan, Anurag Kashyap and Dibakar Banerjee.
The second edition of the show saw Chopra in conversation with Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone, Farhan Akhtar and Ranveer Singh on the art of being an actor.