Movie maverick Christopher Nolan seems to be bowled over by veteran actress Dimple Kapadia owing to her performance in his film, Tenet. Well, atleast that is what Kapadia’s co-star of Tenet, Kenneth Branagh has to say! One of the most anticipated films of the year, Tenet might be the first movie to hit the theaters post the lockdown.
During a recent interview, Kenneth Branagh said that Christopher Nolan and Tenet’s leading man, John David Washington too was mighty impressed with Dimple Kapadia.
Speaking to PTI in the same interview, Kenneth Branagh was quoted, “I know that our master director, Mr. Nolan, was thrilled with her and our leading man, John David Washington was completely in love with her by the time they finished working together.”
However one complain that Kenneth Branagh had was the fact that he did not get to share too much screen space with the gorgeous Dimple Kapadia. But with divulging into too many details, the actor said that Kapadia certainly does have a great part in the film. “She’s got a really smashing part in Tenet. There was a huge amount of excitement when we knew she was flying in and she pronounced herself very nervous. But then we heard about a rehearsal that she had with Christopher Nolan and John David Washington, and they both came away and said, ‘Well, if that’s nervous, I don’t know what calm is.’ Because she was perfect and quite awesomely brilliant as far as they were concerned and also completely gracious and delightful with the crew. So she made a tremendous impression.”
Meanwhile, for those of you clearly living under the rock, Christopher Nolan is best known for films such as Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, Interstellar and Dunkirk. His latest outing Tenet boasts of an impressive star-studded cast.
Apart from Dimple Kapadia, Tenet also features John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Caine, Clemence Poesy, and Himesh Patel in pivotal roles. The film currently has a release date of 17th July 2020. Though the fate of its release will only depend on the prevailing COVID-19 situation.