The year 2016 is the year of controversy for many Bollywood films, like Karan Johar‘s Ae Dil hai Mushkil, Shah Rukh Khan starer Raees and now Harry Sachdeva’s 31st October is new hot guzzle to digest.
31st October is the movie based on anti-Sikh riots in 1984, featuring Soha Ali Khan and Vir Das in lead is now finally going to release tomorrow after a long span of the wait. The movie plot is circulated around Soha Ali Khan and Vir Das with a struggle during 1984 riots, the assassination of Indira Gandhi.
In fact, a few days back Soha said in her interview with IANS that, 31st October is already a landmark for her career. The gearing up to the release of the actress says the forthcoming film is already a landmark for her. “I say that every film is ‘the film’ for me…Some films that come out in the box-office they become important to you depending on the box-office results. This film is already a landmark for me,”
Further, the actress added that no matter what is the fate of the movie on the screen still she is proud of it. “Of course, we want the film to make lots of money, but whatever the fate of the film is…I will always be proud of the film.”
On the question about the glam look, she expressed her views and says without makeup the artist is exposed completely. Soha said: “Yeah, it is great… I would get ready in 10 minutes, It was just attaching the long braid that I had to do and there was no make-up.” “I like such films because otherwise behind the glamor, you lose the depth of the character and in this, you can’t hide behind make-up at all. You are completely exposed and I find that challenging,”
“We stayed away from politics in the film. We’ve shown the 1984 riots through the eyes of one family. It is a very humane take on what has happened. There are references to certain local leaders but we have not named them. But for people, who know enough about the 1984 riots, they’ll know exactly who we mean,“ Soha said.