Richa Chadha: I channeled just anger for 'Section 375'
Actress Richa Chadha, who plays a prosecutor named Hinal Mehta in the next court drama 'Section 375' He said he thought a lot about his character on screen.
I put a lot of me in the movie. When I was building the character, I thought a lot about presenting it. My character is a prosecutor. Practically, prosecutors do not earn much unless they are at the top of the game. So why is he so adamant about getting justice in this case? That's where I channeled a lot of fair anger that I feel as an individual in the current situation. I get angry at sexism in our film industry. , as well as in society. The #MeToo movement was a wake up call. So I thought a lot about these issues and the character, Richa told a news agency.
'Section 375' is a courtroom drama where Richa plays the public prosecutor who is fighting the case of a rape victim Anjali Dangle, played by Meera Chopra.
He began his career in 2008 with 'Hey Lucky! Lucky hey! ', Richa left his mark with papers in the 'Wasseypur gangs' series, the series 'Fukrey', 'Masaan' and 'Daas Dev'.
According to the actress, she has a certain process of building a character using her imagination to create a backstory.
Giving an example, he explained: Since ‘Hey Lucky! Lucky hey! 'It was my debut movie, I made a backstory of my character Dolly. I asked questions in my mind like where he grew up, what kind of circle of friends he has, what dialect he speaks in and what kind of food he prefers to eat. Although he doesn't know how to speak English, he tries, and that's why he speaks bad English.
However, I have used these elements in a way that the public does not pity her, because speaking bad English comes from a certain innocence. You feel insecure about not being able to speak that language. As an actor, it is my job to put such thoughts while building my character, the award-winning actress shared.
Directed by Ajay Bahl, 'Section 375' also features Akshaye Khanna. The film is scheduled to release on September 13.
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