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"Fukrey Returns" will see a "wilder" side of the gang of its original film "Fukrey", says producer Ritesh Sidhwani.
The new posters of "Fukrey Returns", a sequel of the 2013 laughter riot "Fukrey", describe each actor according to how their screen character is. The posters are a rendition of the funny teaser.
Sidhwani said in a statement: "'Fukrey Returns' will unleash the wild side of the 'Fukrey' gang. The boys are confronted with the demons from their past, when Bholi Punjaban re-enters their lives. A strange encounter with the tiger in the film will make you want to know more.
"The sequence of events occurring will be a joyride for the audience."
Directed by Mrighdeep Singh Lamba, the film is co-produced by Farhan Akhtar and Sidhwani under the banner of Excel Entertainment. It is releasing on December 15.
The film features Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Ali Fazal, Manjot Singh, Richa Chadha, Priya Anand, Vishakha Singh, Pankaj Tripathi and Rajpal Yadav.
I'm not anti-men: Vidya
Actress Vidya Balan, who was awarded as the 'Outlook Business Women of Worth of the Year' Award here earlier this week, says she is a feminist, but not anti-men.
"I am someone who believes that woman should live life the way man does," Vidya said, adding that as a woman, she finds it a big challenge to "value" herself.
"It is a constant challenge to value yourself and you have to constantly remind yourself because you are conditioned not to.
The more I value myself, the happier I get and the happier I get, the happier my world around me is. So, it all comes back down to valuing the woman you are," she said.
Vidya entered the film industry with "Parineeta".
"I remember people used to tell me that the shelf life of a female actor is really short, so you have to look younger and you can't be wearing saris and you have to be glamorous.
"So I tried that as well, but then I realised that shelf life of 'actor' is not short, and thankfully when I started to say that I can't fit into a certain mould... I enjoy what I am doing. I am here to become an actor, so I want to do roles which challenge me as an actor. Then I began to be a happier person," said the actress, who will next be seen in "Tumhari Sulu".
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