My impression opposite from Juhi’s in ‘Darr’ remake: Priya Banerjee

Priya Banerjee, darr, darr remake, juhi chawla, Priya Banerjee darr remake, Priya Banerjee movies, Priya Banerjee arriving movies, party news, bollywood news Priya Banerjee said, “This is a reconstitute with a twist. Although we play Juhi’s part, a roles are really opposite from any other.”

Actress Priya Banerjee, who reprises Juhi Chawla’s purpose in a eponymous reconstitute of 1993 film “Darr”, says her purpose is utterly opposite from a strange impression that it is formed on.

“This is a reconstitute with a twist. Although we play Juhi’s part, a roles are really opposite from any other and that creates a reconstitute mount out,” Priya, who is interconnected with Karanvir Bohra in a film, told IANS.

She’s wakeful there will be comparisons, though considers it an honour to be partial of a distinguished film.

“I can already feel lot of vigour and since a roles are being compared, a expectations are really high,” she said.

The makers had primarily deliberate Ileana D’Cruz, though destiny worked in Priya’s favour.

“They were also in talks with a Pakistani actress, who was roughly confirmed. However, things didn’t tumble in place and they finally approached me. we was sharpened for another film and didn’t have dates,” pronounced Priya, who was changed when a makers practiced a dates for her.

“It was so good of them to adjust a whole report only for me,” she said, adding that when she came on board, she had to juggle between a sets of dual films. It was hectic. we had to concurrently fire for my other film ‘3 Dev’, that we had sealed even before this film,” Priya said.

Having finished a initial report of both a projects, Priya is gearing adult for busier months ahead.

“I don’t even know how I’m going to manage. When a subsequent report starts, we know I’ll be sharpened for scarcely 20 hours a day or even more,” she said.

Last seen in Sanjay Gupta’s “Jazbaa”, in that she played Shabana Azmi’s teen daughter, Priya is equally vehement about “3 Dev”.

“It’s a fun film with a clever amicable message. I’m so propitious to be operative with an garb expel featuring Kay Kay, Tisca Chopra and Kunaal Roy Kapur among others,” she said.

Priya, who has also worked in Telugu films “Kiss”, “Joru” and “Asura”, says she will always a soothing mark for south industry.

“I’ll always be open to doing southern films. It’s only that we have a really bustling report forward and have no dates for a new plan compartment midst subsequent year. Right after we finish sharpened my dual Hindi projects, I’ll start operative on another Hindi film,” she sealed off.