Deepika Padukone : You can’t create chemistry
Deepika Padukone’s been on a non-stop working spree as she hops from the sets of one film to another. And the actress who was in Kashmir recently shooting for yet another film says that even a two-day break would be a welcome relief.
“I keep telling myself that even a one or two-day break would be great, but let’s see when I can finally succeed. As of now the word holiday doesn’t figure on my iterinary at all,” shares Deepika, who has been juggling between her shoots of Chennai Express, Ram Leela and the Ayan Mukerji film with Ranbir Kapoor, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani.
Deepika, who’s success run continued at the box-office this year with Race 2, says that though she loves her work, the pace does get hectic. “Right now I have so many films in hand, that I am not thinking about any more at all,” she smiles.
With the long list of films, also comes an interesting mix of co-stars — Ranbir, Shah Rukh Khan, Ranveer Singh. Talking about the equations she shares with them, Deepika says it’s different with each co-star. “There ought to be a certain comfort level with your co-star, otherwise there’s no chemistry on screen. The audience can see through that. Personally too I enjoy working with people who I can be comfortable with,” she adds.
Though she refuses to name any one co-star with whom she shares great chemistry, she insists that it just can’t be created. “The chemistry is either there or it isn’t, you can’t create it. Luckily for me, in most of my films the chemistry has all been on paper that just got translated well on screen.” So how’s the chemistry between her and Ranbir? “We share a certain comfort, which makes it all the more fun working with him.” Point out that her equation with Saif creates quite a buzz too and she adds, “Like I said, great chemistry on paper just reflects well on screen.”
What is the chemical formula for love?
This is the chemical formula for love: C8H11NO2+C10H12N2O+C43H66N12O12S2 dopamine, seratonin, oxytocin. It can be easily manufactured in a lab, but overdosing on any of them can cause schizophrenia, extreme paranoia, and insanity. Let that sink in.
In the context of relationships, chemistry is a simple “emotion” that two people get when they share a special connection. It is the impulse making one think “I need to see this (other) person again” – that feeling of “we click”. It is very early in one’s relationship that they can intuitively work out whether they have positive or negative chemistry.
In general terms, there are 3 main types of chemistry, which are defined in terms of the nature of the rapport between the respective people:
≛ Good chemistry – good rapport
≛ No chemistry – find it hard to create rapport
≛ Bad chemistry – have no rapport, or have negative rapport
The various manifestations of chemistry are: sexual chemistry, romantic chemistry, emotional chemistry, activity chemistry, team performance chemistry, creative chemistry, intellectual chemistry, and empowerment chemistry”.
Feb 16, 2013 – dnaindia.com