Richa Chadha almost interviewed Abhay Deol as an intern before entering the film industry
In a recent interview, Richa Chadha discussed her experience in Mumbai and how she became an actress. Richa stated that she began her acting career in theatre before being cast in Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! while performing in a play. Richa made her acting debut in the Abhay Deol-starring flick in 2008. As an intern, Richa stated that she almost interviewed Abhay for a magazine. The actor recalls their conversation months before they were cast in a picture together.
Richa Chadha stated that she desired to be a journalist. She stated that she initially chatted with Abhay Deol during her internship at a magazine. Richa also stated why Abhay, who at the time had signed contracts for films such as Dev D, declined to perform a “fashion feature” with her.
There’s no way Abhay knows that I ever called him up and said, ‘Sir, we’d like to do an inside fashion story with you.'” As far as I was concerned, he had already done so acted in several films, including Socha Na Tha and Ahista Ahista. And he was on the rise. He’d signed flicks like Dev D. He stated, “Next year I will be starring in multiple films, so give me a cover then, not now.” I thought, “This individual has clarity.” After six months, I began working with him. Richa described the experience as “amazing” in an interview with Mashable India’s The Bombay Journey.
She also discussed starring alongside Abhay in Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!”I think everyone is nervous before their first film, and when I first saw him in the trailer, I thought he was Dharmendra’s nephew. He was incredibly sweet. I enjoyed watching this flick. “I’m still acquainted with a few of the other actors,” Richa said to ET.
Richa was last seen in this year’s debuting Disney+ Hotstar series The Great Indian Murder. She has appeared in numerous films, including Gangs of Wasseypur, Fukrey, and Masaan. Her forthcoming projects consist of the third installment of the Fukrey franchise and the fourth season of the web series Inside Edge.
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