29 Years
Home > Bollywood > No make-up for actors in Rajat Kapoor's 'Ankhon Dekhi'

No make-up for actors in Rajat Kapoor's 'Ankhon Dekhi'

Friday, February 07, 2014

Rajat Kapoor is gearing up for the release of his upcoming directorial venture ‘Ankhon Dekhi‘ and on Tuesday, he unveiled the theatrical trailer of his film. While the first look of the film looks quite promising what was interesting was to see all the actors without any make-up in it.

While casting for the film, Rajat informed the actors beforehand that there will be no make-up artists or vanity vans for them, as he didn’t want to lose the element and wanted to keep it as real as possible. Many actors didn’t come on board because of this reason but Kapoor was sure of his vision.

Talking about the clause, Rajat says “It is terrible what actors do to their faces with make-up. They hide the beauty of their faces under layers of it. We decided that we did not want any make-up for this film and that was made clear to all the actors.

No Comments Posted
‘Gravity’ steals the show at the 86th Academy ...
The Indian flavour was predominant at the 85th ...
The Winners
I have been smitten by a married lady! I really a
Dr. Rajan B. Bhonsle, M.D. (Bom)
Consulting Sex Therapist & Counsellor
Dr. (Mrs.) Minnu R. Bhonsle, Ph.D.
Consulting Psychotherapist & Counsellor
Select Sun sign:
Aries (Mar 21 - Apr 20)
Aries (Mar 21 - Apr 20)Things could go against you. Try to remain calm and give your version of the situation that will be accepted. There are times in a relationship when it is wiser to be silent and not retaliate to any kind of provocation. It can be frustrating. Social activity will help to ease your mind.
Tarot for Love
Select Sun sign:
Aries (Mar 21 - Apr 20)
Aries (Mar 21 - Apr 20)What the cards say: Take care of your health. Path: Follow some health rules. Don’t be reactive. Take it easy. Ally: Take help from Taurus. Avoid advice from Leo. Card for the week: Tarot key no. XIII Death. Suggests change that will need to be handled. New thinking can result.
- Advertising -
Forget about visiting Bali and Hawaii, this summe
Radhika tells you about Rachna Toshniwal’s first
Paritosh Painter's comic play, Get Rid of My Wife
Read More