Neena Gupta: Actor in me would have died if TV had not come along

The movie features Neena in the pivotal role of a widow who is not allowed to play Holi, until a girl whom she had befriended and mothered, comes forward to fight for the widow’s right. The actor in me would have died if television had not come along,” Neena said. Just last year, Neena posted a message on social media, asking for “good parts to play”. I also have interesting roles in Nikkhil Advani’s Mulk and Dibakar Banerjee’s Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar,” Neena said. “I think that really worked for me. But as far as cinema is concerned, she has always been in a dry zone. 2018-05-21T15:09:49+05:30″>
Published: May 21, 2018 3:09:49 pm

Directing and acting in the serial Saans gave a new boost to Neena Gupta’s career. Neena said the level of centrality to a film with such an important theme is new to her. I can’t wait for it to go out in the public domain.”
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App She feels television gave her a new lease of life. I am in the Kareena-Sonam Kapoor starrer Veere Di Wedding. Related News
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The Last Colour was showcased at the recently concluded Cannes Film Festival. I am doing a whole lot of work. Now after proving himself a master chef, he has proven himself a master filmmaker,” she said.