Karan Johar emotionally commemorates 20 years of 'Kal Ho Naa Ho,' a poignant tribute to his late father and a timeless Bollywood classic.
Filmmaker Nikkhil Advani says he throws tantrums on sets if
things or scenes dont go the way as planned for the day.
Advani, who has helmed movies like Kal Ho Naa Ho and
D-Day, is busy with his TV show P.O.W. Bandi Yuddh Ke!.
He says he has tried “to give the audiences a cinematic experience on
television through this show” and he wants everything in order to ensure
the team delivers their best.
“I’m the tantrum maker on the sets. I’m very particular about the timing
and schedules planned for the day on the sets. More than my artistes, I create
a ruckus if things or scenes don’t go the way I’ve planned for the day,”
Advani said in a statement.
“I have a certain vision with this show and I’m not treating it like any
other television show. I have put my soul in it and ensured to give the
audiences a cinematic experience on television through this show showcasing the
right kind of emotions, which will keep the audiences hooked through the
series,” he added.
An Indian adaptation of the Israeli TV drama Hatufim, P.O.W.
Bandi Yuddh Ke tells the story of two missing-in-action soldiers who
return home after 17 years. The Star Plus show features names like Purab Kohli,
Sandhya Mridul, Amrita Puri, Satyadeep Dubey and Rasika Dugal.