Actress Richa Chadha has gained a reputation for doing unconventional work in her 14-year career. However, he admits that despite the fact that he made the “so-called” strange choices, not all the projects went well.
“It’s different when I’m involved with something from the beginning, Masaan (2015), for example. There are times when I choose projects that come to me. I’m not foolish to say that everything I chose worked. I was also naive to think that if I worked with a particular director because I felt his intention was good, the film would be good. “All this happened; no one is to blame, but things sometimes do not go well,” says the actor.
Chadha explains, from wanting to work with the people involved or liking a script to signing up for free time – there are several factors that drive her decision to take on a project.
“With movies like Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008), Gangs of Wasseypur (2012), the [my latest film] Madam Prime Minister (2021), it was different “, he says, adding,” I really felt that the story had to be told especially by someone like me who thinks he is an ally. I paid almost no money for the film, it was more like a token amount. “Sometimes you choose a movie because your agency tells you that aapke paas date with khali hain.”
The actress goes on to talk about some roles in which she can not say no, in this case – the beloved character of Bholi Punjaban from Fukrey privilege.
“Sometimes you have to make a movie because you are part of the prequel. I am in Fukrey “and whatever other work I do, this character is emblematic and I still have to repeat it,” he adds.
With that said, the 35-year-old feels that all the choices, either right or wrong, have led her to this place she is in today and she has not regretted it.
“Some of your initial choices justify and dominate the whole spectrum when you make your subsequent choices. I want to remove the idea that what an actor does is very well thought out and involves a lot of strategies. This is not always the case. “The motivation to make the films is very different,” he concludes.
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