I feel a sense of comfort with Sudhir Mishra: Chitrangada Singh (Film Snippets)April 11th, 2009 - 9:19 am ICT by IANS
New Delhi, April 11 (IANS) Dusky actress Chitrangada Singh is playing important roles in two of Sudhir Mishra’s projects and says she is getting repeat roles in his films is thanks to her sense of “comfort and responsibility” with the director.
“I feel a sense of comfort and responsibility with him. He has always been there for me in the industry and we share a mutual respect for each other. I think it’s also because I completely believe in him as a director,” Chitrangada told IANS.
The actress debuted with Mishra’s “Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi” (2003) and is to now appear as Chandramukhi in his rendition of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel “Devdas” titled “Aur Devdas”.
In her next untitled project with the director, she plays a courtesan. The film is slated to go on floors next year.
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“Chetan and I have become very good friends. We like each other so much that I got to read his third and most-awaited book ‘Three Mistakes of My Life’ in the manuscript form even before it was released in the market,” Sharman told IANS.
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Three-film-old Mehra debuted in the Hindi film industry with Amitabh in the lead in “Aks” (2001). The actor was also seen in a cameo in his last film “Delhi-6″ (2009).
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