Perfect Mismatch-Anubhav Anand-Interview

Anubhav Anand, the leading actor in the upcoming Bollywood Film “Perfect Mismatch” also starring Nandana Sen, talks to us about his experience in Perfect Mismatch. CalcuttaTube wishes good luck to Anubhav Anand.

Perfect Mismatch-Anubhav Anand-Interview
Anubhav Anand, the leading actor in the upcoming Bollywood Film “Perfect Mismatch” also starring Nandana Sen, talks to us about his experience in Perfect Mismatch. CalcuttaTube wishes good luck to Anubhav Anand. We have never seen a  bad movie from Nandana Sen. We are excited about the release of Perfect Mismatch.

Perfect Mismatch (2009) Bollywood Movie
Perfect Mismatch (2009) Bollywood Movie

Debutant Anubhav Anand’s first film PERFECT MISMATCH, is releasing on July 17th, 2009. This IT professional from IBM, did his education to please his parents but his passion was always films.  He says that he is lucky to have Boman Irani and Anupam Kher returning together to big screen in this family comedy. Directed by Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad it stars Anubhav Anand in lead opposite Nandana Sen. Shot in just 27 days in America, this Indo-American production is a passionate view of hilariously star-crossed romance while never forgetting the importance of family, culture, and staying true to one’s emotions. We caught up with the new comer in a candid conversation.

What is your take on “PERFECT MISMATCH”?

If you are one of those people out there who complain about good movies not being made anymore then this one is for you. The standard question asked is what is the USP of the film. I humbly believe that the USP of “PERFECT MISMATCH” is that it’s a “good” movie. It’s funny and not offensive. And it has Boman and Anupam back together on screen.

What was the experience of working with Actors like Boman Irani and Anupam Kher?

It was very fruitful learning experience. I had more scenes with Anupam Kher since he plays my uncle in the movie. As an actor you can’t help but perform well when around good actors. Boman is a riot. His comic timing and how he becomes the character from head to toe is unbelievable.

How was your chemistry with Nandana Sen?

Nandana Sen is a very dedicated actor. She gets involved in the script beyond just her character which is a very strong attribute. I think we created a very good chemistry in the movie and have been appreciated for the same.

[ReviewAZON asin=”B00005NB9O” display=”inlinepost”]What pulled you to the story of PERFECT MISMATCH?

They say matches are made in heaven. In real life there are only Mismatches. And that’s what makes the relationships exciting. The movie celebrates one such Mismatch of relationships that we all will relate to directly or indirectly, something that we all have experienced in some form or another.

Did you attend special training before getting into acting as profession?

I don’t think that anyone can learn acting or anyone can teach acting. It’s either in you or its not. Still I do believe formal training does help hone your skills. My first encounter with an acting class was at the School of Performing Arts in Clemson University in the USA. Later, while working for IBM in USA, I joined the evening classes for the Acting course and advanced acting course at the Pittsburgh Filmmakers Institute. When I moved back to India I joined the 6 month course at the prestigious Roshan Taneja’s Acting Studio.

Your film has been to a few Film Festivals? What has been the viewer’s response?

One word – Phenomenal. Cinequest Film Festival, California, USA was our first film festival and we had sold out seats for the two of our shows. It was the first test for the film as the audience was unbiased and their response was genuine. They all stayed back after the movie finished to share their thoughts and congratulate the whole team of PERFECT Mismatch. We also got invited as a closing night film at the SAIFF, New York. It’s an honor to be invited to be a closing night film at a film festival.

What comments did you get about yourself, by audience? Any special memorable comment?

The most common and favorite comment that I got from the audience at the festival screenings was that I was very natural. One memorable comment came after the movie finished and one of the ladies came over to me and said – “I am not a big fan of Bollywood actors, but I do wish I had gotten my daughter to meet you”.

Any other films on the anvil?

Yes. My next is a murder mystery that should start around August. But for now, it’s just “PERFECT Mismatch” I want to talk about. Sampurn

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