My folks used to watch Surabhi and cherished it. What they preferred most was the always grinning anchor Renuka Shahane, who along with Siddharth Kak amused the watchers for a very long time. The entertainer transformed movies with Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994) playing Madhuri Dixit’s senior sister. However oddly, she never benefited from that achievement. She wedded Ashutosh Rana in 2001 and thereafter got going with her hitched life. Her children Shauryaman and Satyendraand kept her occupied. She came on and off in TV serials yet didn’t seek after acting effectively. Renuka was looking for changed skylines and made her presentation in course with Marathi film Rita (2009). Presently 10 years after the fact, she has made her first time at the helm in Hindi film with Tribhanga. She has some affectionate recollections of working with Madhuri Dixit Nene, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan before and furthermore of coordinating Tribhanga. She likewise talks about her sepia sentiment with Ashutosh Rana. Passages from an all-heart meet
You began your excursion as a co-moderator in Doordarshan’s Surabhi. How has the excursion been from that point till now?
I didn’t begin my excursion with Surabhi, I began with a sequential called PC Aur Mausi in 1987 featuring Farida Jalal, Pankaj Berry and me. Then, at that point I did Circus, Lifeline and afterward Surabhi came into my life. What’s more, I did it for a very long time. I actually have watchers coming dependent upon me. They are CEOs of organizations and they approach me saying I was their youth icon.During Lifeline in 1988 I was likewise an associate chief to Dr Vijaya Mehta I was her fourth collaborator and that is the point at which I fostered this interest in heading. After marriage, at the command of my significant other Rana ji (Ashutosh Rana) I began composing screenplays. The principal movie I coordinated was the Marathi film Rita (2009) which I adjusted from my mom’s (Shanta Gokhale) novel Rita Welingkar. In 2013 I was important for Mumbai Mantra’s Screenwriters studio and I composed a 10 page treatment which later was ventured into Tribhanga. I had named it Tribhanga on the grounds that I needed this allegory where three ladies from various ages offer three alternate points of view about comparable things throughout everyday life.
How was your experience of coordinating three great entertainers like Kajol, Tanvi Azmi and Mithila Palkar for Tribhanga and how could you figure out how to unite them?
At the point when I moved toward Kajol for the job of Anu, she simply cherished the content and her person Anu. What’s more, when she ventured into it, everything just became alright. Tanvi and Kajol had effectively cooperated in Dushman. At the point when I portrayed the content to Tanvi, she cherished the content, she adored her person so she came ready. Mithila likewise adored Masha as she felt that no one else would have given her a role as Masha in light of the fact that she’s consistently that rotund young lady nearby. When Kajol was ready, Ajay Devgn additionally read the content and stepped in as the maker. Then, at that point we got Siddharth Malhotra, Banijay Asia, Netflix on board as makers too. It resembled a fantasy creation for me.
What’s your opinion about yourself as more – Renuka the entertainer or Renuka the chief?
Certainly as a chief since I feel I’m more determined as a chief than as an entertainer. As an entertainer you’re reliant upon others. As a chief you’re doing whatever you might feel like doing. You’re the chief of the boat.
How would you glance back at Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!
I needed to give three tryouts before they chose me for it. Working with Sooraj ji (Barjatya), Madhuri (Dixit) and Salman (Khan) and Reema ji (Lagoo), Laxmikant Berde was a particularly lovely encounter. What’s more, the measure of fun we had on the sets and the measure of warmth we accomplished the work with, got reflected in the film. No one idea it would run for long around then and it did. It broke a wide range of records. It caused me to feel incredible, you know. I could deny projects when I was getting great jobs.