'Raajneeti' not a dry political drama: Prakash Jha

Mar 12, 2010 Subhash K. Jha

Mumbai, March 11 (IANS) Director Prakash Jha is hell bent on making his forthcoming film a complete entertainer. He recently did a certain amount of spicing up by shooting some scenes with the lead pair Ranbir Kaporo and Katrina Kaif.

On Monday Ranbir and Katrina did some additional shooting for "Raajneeti" at Mona Shourie's Future Studios long after their dates for the film had dried up.

"We did some patchwork shooting on Monday, close-ups, etc. Yes. It's for the betterment of the end-product. We all want 'Rasjneeti' to be a big success. Katrina and Ranbir have surrendered themselves completely to the project and will do whatever is required," Jha told IANS.

And the hit jodi is more than willing to shoot extra days to ensure the product gets them maximum attention. Ranbir, just back from Las Vegas rushed to the shooting. Closeups and continuity shots were shot with the duo.

"We certainly don't want to pitch 'Raajneeti' as a dry political drama. Ranbir and Katrina are big commercial stars. We want their fans to see our film as an entertainer.

"At an edited length of about three hours, we want viewers to be glued to the edge of their seats. I wouldn't call it a multi-star cast film. I'd call it a multi-actor film," said Jha.

A sizzling music video featuring Ranbir, Katrina and Arjun Rampal is also on the cards.

The film also stars Naseeruddin Shah, Manoj Bajpai, Nana Patekar and Ajay Devgn.

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