Ragini Prajwal on Law: It was the best learning experience

But, I didn’t want to do that before the camera,” she said. “I look at myself doing a role like Sivagami in Baahubali.”

Meanwhile, Ragini has not thought of a career in the movies beyond Law and while she is open to opportunities, she will continue to focus on her passion for dance and developing her studio. đź“Ł The Indian Express is now on Telegram. It is very easy to play the girl-next-door and run around trees. I do a lot of that on stage with my dancing. Written and directed by Raghu Samarth, who also has strong roots in television, Ragini was taken in by the script, she remarks. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. Ragini also expressed her gratitude for senior actors in the cast, Mukhyamantri Chandru, Avinash and Sudharani, for making her feel comfortable on the sets. “On stage, you have to overact, with maximum expressions. I did a lot of workshops with Raghu,” she added. “The script (of Law) is the hero and it revolves around my character. Recalling Raghu coming home to pitch the film, she told indianexpress.com, “Everyone usually comes home with a script for my husband (Prajwal), father-in-law (Devraj) or brother-in-law (Pranaam). (Photo: PR Handout)
Entrepreneur and dancer Ragini Prajwal was pleasantly surprised when she was offered the lead role in Law, which will now be her film debut. However, she was not keen on playing run-of-the-mill female lead characters. Written by Manoj Kumar R
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Updated: July 15, 2020 2:32:46 pm

Ragini Prajwal had previously starred in the short film Rishabhapriya. She also starred in the short film Rishabhapriya. Given her rich background in performing arts, she confesses the need to tone down while acting before the camera. When Raghu narrated the script, Prajwal and I were impressed.”
Law was not the first film that was offered to her. It’s a natural career progression for the artiste, who runs a dance studio in Bengaluru and has also performed on stage and in television commercials. “It was the best learning experience,” she commented. © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd I had to work on delivering subtle expressions. Bankrolled by Puneeth Rajkumar’s banner, PRK Productions, Law will start streaming on Amazon Prime Video from July 17.