Meet Pamela Rooks
THERE is something about the way she handles her characters that leaves her audience thinking about her subject.
So when PAMELA ROOKS wrapped up her third film "Dance Like a Man", it was only fair to expect that she would have interpreted Mahesh Dattani's play in a manner that would connect with her audience. Rooks, whose earlier film "Train to Pakistan" won her accolades, said, "film making was never an easy process. My audience is pan-Indian and I use English as a medium because I think English is a link language." Rooks blames her poor output to difficult finances, claiming that many well-known production houses do not want to look beyond the accepted stars.
However, Rooks feels that with the new generation and the upswing in multiplexes her "kind" of films will definitely stand a good chance.
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