Satish Kaushik distinguished his 63rd birthday on Saturday dusk in a participation of his friends from a attention and family members. The filmmaker, who started off his career as an partner executive on Mr India, went on to play pivotal roles in films such as Mr India, Saajan Chale Sasuraal and Deewana Mastana.
In an talk to PTI recently, Satish Kaushik pronounced that Indian cinema is experiencing a good proviso since impression actors are also removing their due approval on screen. He pronounced compartment late ’90s impression actors were put in a joint of a brother, comedian, a military examiner though now people get some-more opportunities to showcase their talent.
“In a ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, remarkable actors like Iftekhar used to get especially military officer roles, Bindu ji would do a disastrous role, and Nirupama Roy was a on-screen mother. All this had a possess charm. There was a bound casting. Today that is not there. An actor can do everything. We had usually a few stories to tell. Today storytelling is bigger and wider. It is essential and loyal to life,” he said.
Up subsequent for Kaushik is Salman Khan starrer Bharat and Kangana Ranaut’s Mental Hai Kya. He is also producing films in Marathi and Haryanvi languages.