“I have always been a supporter of new technology. I was just worried that how will such a loud and vibrant girl play a quiet and shy character. I have always said we should embrace this change which is coming. I am silent and controlled and she is this loud and hyper person. 0
Comment(s) Their interaction is something which brings about all the action in the show.”
By his own admission, Abhay is a “silent” and “controlled” person as opposed to his Chopsticks co-actor Mithila who is a talkative person just like her many onscreen characters. That’s what the digital platforms are doing today and that’s the hope all of us have,” he said. Advertising
During an interaction with indianexpress.com, the actor said it is the focus on content that made him enter the digital space. The effort that I made within Bollywood was also that let the content be the thing that attracts people and not the actors or item numbers. You know from a mile away that Mithila is coming on the sets. Talking about his experience of working with Mithila, Abhay said, “She creates a riot on the sets. I was like it is going to be fun as now I can be the loud one on camera at least.”
On being asked what he learned from Mithila Palkar, Abahy Deol jokingly added, “I learnt to put earbuds.”
Chopsticks begins streaming on Netflix from May 31. While the trailer of Chopsticks has left the audience wondering about the plot of the show, Abhay Deol said, “Chopsticks is a caper and all of its characters collide.