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17-03-06, 11:06 PM
Madhur Bhandarkar’s Corporate can be best described as a gritty realistic drama and his choice of the leading actress Bipasha stems from the fact that she herself is a very high-profile woman, well known in social circles for her power, style and sex appeal.
“That’s why I wanted to cast a woman and not a girl. The trouble is most of our high-profile heroines seem to have stepped out of their teens, which is a good thing really. But not for this film,” Bhandarkar says.
The part Bipasha is playing in Corporate is of a strong-willed female entrepreneur. Bhandarkar was inspired by Bipasha’s real life character and decided to portray it on screen. “While Page 3 needed an innocent girl to play the ingenue, Corporate needs a full-blooded woman with tremendous reserves of sensuality, nerves of steel and the look of gritty determination.”
“Bipasha fitted the bill perfectly. I don’t think she has ever done a role like this before. In fact, I don’t think any leading lady in our film has done something like Corporate,” he added.
Corporate deals with corporate wars, corporate manipulation, corporate games and favoritism that shroud the world of corporate bosses. The film produced by Sahara’s Percept Pictures is almost ready.
“I wanted the film to be as hard-hitting, edgy, raw and real as Chandni Bar and Page 3. There were no compromises. The important thing for me is to build on the reputation of an intense filmmaker which I have earned again after Page 3,” said Bhandarkar.
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