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Radhika Apte points out crucial difference between Indian and international filmmaking

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 28 July 2019, 03:26 PM
Radhika Apte reveals difference in between Indian and International filmmaking
Radhika Apte reveals difference in between Indian and International filmmaking

Radhika Apte who has enthralled many with her powerfull acting chops in movies like Parched, Phobia and in the web series Sacred Games is currently gearing up for an international project titled Liberte: A Call to Spy

In a recent interview with DNA, the actress opened up about her preparation for the character and shared, “I believe that preparing for a character includes almost all aspects of acquiring knowledge — information about the subject, reading up extensively about the story in question and even related stories that influence my character, balancing out the visceral side of her, so on and so forth.”

She continued to add, “A lot of reading material was passed onto me by writers and producers on-board.”

Talking about the difference between Indian and international filmmaking, the actress said, “People are very punctual there. And they pay you on time. You don’t have to beg them for money.”

Radhika will be essaying the character of Indian Noor Inayat Khan, also known as Nora Baker in the film Liberte: A Call To Spy. 

The film is based on World War II heroine Indian Noor Inayat Khan, first female wireless operator and British spy who parachuted into Nazi-occupied France to aid the French Resistance during World War II.

The film is directed by Oscar-nominated director Lydia Dean Pilcher and also stars Sarah Meghan Thomas, who has also written the script of the film along with Stana Katic, Linus Roache, Rossif Sutherland to name some. 

Radhika has been part of other Holyywodd projects that include films like The Wedding Guest alongside Dev Patel and Jim Sarbh and The Ashram with Kal Penn. 

First Published: Sunday, July 28, 2019 12:22 PM
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