Mumbai: Somehow for many directors it’s easier to direct a camera than to direct an actor. Not many admit it, but even the big masters get cornered sometimes by the simplest actors’ questions. There are two types of actor in the industry one who is director’s actor who does exactly what the director wants and the other who is also director’s actor but he with his spontaneity he does improvisation. Jitendra Joshi is from the second who is a clever and spontaneous actor.
The cast from the film which is about to release have something really interesting to share on Jitu’s improvisation during the seen. Sameer Patil director of the film said, “when I use to explain the seen to him he used to immediately grasp it and thereafter give his touch and that use to be very hilarious”.
The writer of the film Hemant Dhome said, ‘You will see the character Bharatrao Zende always hitting some or the other actor in the entire film. This was his his creativity in the entire filming’.
Jitendra Joshi is playing role of vice sarpanch of his village and is very boastful about his designation, In the entire film he keeps beating some or the other person in the fil to show his superiority.
Along with Jitendra you will see Aniket Vishwasrao, Siddharth Menon, Sandip Pathak, Akshay Tanksale, Hemant Dhome and other outstanding actors in this film.
Viacom 18 motion pictures and Chalo film banayein Produced Poshter Girl is set to release all over Maharashtra in your nearest theatres on the 12th of February.
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