Actor Richa Chadha, in a new interview, mentioned that she can’t take these individuals in the movie business critically who have ‘zero credibility’ however attempt to make themselves related by showing as panellists on information channel debates. She referred to as it ‘very opportunistic’ of them.
On being requested about the movie business being polarised, Richa mentioned, “As far as polarisation in the film industry goes, I don’t know but I refuse to take seriously people who have zero credibility. I don’t want to name them here and give them more importance, because that’s actually what they thrive on. But the fact is, they have no credibility, they are the rejects of the system. They are what my friend Mini Mathur calls the ‘khurchans (scrapings from the bottom of the pan)’ of Bollywood.”
“If they are going to gather together, appear on TV debates, froth at the mouth and try to be relevant, they should not be taken seriously. I mean, they are not insiders, they don’t know… They are the ones who stand outside a room and bark at you for not being included. They are holding grudges from 1952. That polarisation I would not be able to speak for, because I think it’s very opportunistic,” she added. She was chatting with Film Companion.
Richa, who made her Bollywood debut with Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! in 2008, has acted in movies resembling Masaan, Fukrey, Panga and Shakeela. She was not too long ago seen in the Voot collection Candy.
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Richa will quickly make her debut as a producer. She and her boyfriend, actor Ali Fazal, will collectively produce Girls Will Be Girls beneath their banner Pushing Buttons Studios. The movie, which revolves round a mother-daughter relationship, can be helmed by debutant director Shuchi Talati.