Radhika Apte and Sayani Gupta discuss their film Parched on The Firstpost Show
This week on The Firstpost Show we had Radhika Apte and Sayani Gupta, co-stars from the recently released film <em>Parched</em> and both known to be talented performers.
This week on The Firstpost Show we have Radhika Apte and Sayani Gupta, co-stars from the recently released film Parched and both known to be talented performers.
The two spoke about why they were a part of Parched and how special the movie was for the actors. While Sayami was all praise for Radhika's acting, calling her an inspiration, the Kabali star was quite surprised. Sayani went on talk about her tryst with Bollywood as compared to those of actors like Alia Bhatt and Deepika Padukone.
Both Radhika and Sayani shared moments from the shooting of Parched, about the hype around the nudity in the film and how it all came naturally for everyone on set. Radhika goes on to discuss about improvised scenes, one take shots and much more that went into the making of the film.
The actresses opened up about criticism and instances when it was good and bad. From big directors coming up with bizarre compliments to amusing experiences during film discussions, they spoke about it all.
The show wraps up with a fun game of word-snake with the two. With much spontaneity the two actresses Radhika and Sayani end on a light note with the game, putting together some very famous Bollywood film titles.
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