Steve Jobs' death left Ashton Kutcher emotional
New Delhi, July 24 (IANS) Actor Ashton Kutcher, who plays the lead role in a biopic based on Steve Jobs, says he had a "bizarre emotional reaction" when the Apple co-founder expired in 2011.
"When Steve Jobs passed away, I had this bizarre emotional reaction and I didn't know what it was. I was like, 'Wow, why am I so shook up about this?' And I started thinking about all the ways my life was affected by this guy and began learning about him anywhere and everywhere I could," Kutcher said in a statement.
This special connect helped the actor portray the late tech wizard with more authenticity in his upcoming biopic "JOBS".
The movie chronicles Jobs' darkest days, biggest triumphs, his dreams, hopes and passions and his aspiration to change the world, as well as question the impossible.
PVR Pictures will release "JOBS" across Indian theatres Aug 16.
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