“When we were on the sets and we were doing the scenes that were written already, we knew exactly the purpose of where we were coming from,” she added. The movie features Vidya Balan as the Madam of the brothel, and actors like Ila Arun, Naseeruddin Shah, Rajit Kapur, Ashish Vidyarthi, Vivek Mushran and Chunky Pandey in supporting roles. All that was determined pre-shoot,” Gauahar told IANS here. With inputs from IANS
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