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Interview with Juhi Chawla

Juhi Chawla
Juhi Chawla and Ankur Jaiswal
Juhi Chawla and Ankur Jaiswal

On 1st of May after the press conference for the latest Bollywood movie "Bhoothnath" BNA-Germany had the opportunity to interview Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla. Mr Bijay Jaiswal and Mr Ankur Jaiswal made the interview:

BNA-Germany: How your role in this movie is different to others and why?
Juhi Chawla:
In this film, I play Banku’s mother who is 8 year old and very naughty who gets in trouble always in School. There is all sorts of moments in the film, funny, naughty, dramatic and some emotional.   I could relate all this to my own as I have my own kids at home and it helped personalising in different situations in the film.  It is a very enjoyable film.


BNA-Germany: How was the bond between you and the boy? Did you feel like his real mother sometimes?

Juhi Chawla: Yes I tried to behave like that on the set.  Like the way I treat my kids. Sometimes what I could think of what I would do with my kids at this time.


BNA-Germany:  How similar is your character in the film to the real Juhi Chawla regarding relationship to children?
Juhi Chawla:
Like I said I kind of drew from my own life and my own experience with children. Even there is a point when the child is badly hurt, the mother is shocked and she doesn’t know what to do and she breaks down.  She thinks that she had such a bad fall that she might loose him.  To do those scenes I thought that how would I feel if it happens to my own kids and how would I react.  I had to think of that and act accordingly.


BNA-Germany: How would  do you react if your own son or daughter tells you that he can see and speak to a ghost?
Juhi Chawla:
I really would be as I am in the film: “What nonsense, that there is nothing like it”, because I would think that the child is fooling or scared of something and making it up. 

BNA-Germany:  You don’t believe in ghosts?

Juhi Chawla: Well, not really because you live in a city full of people, full of light but again when it is lonely and dark then every little noise spooks you.


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