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Kirti Kulhari, who made her mark in the industry with Khichdi: The Movie is all set for her short film The List opposite Angad Bedi. She spoke about her role and how it is going to be different from her previous projects.
“It’s a story of a couple who live together and supposedly do everything together. It is an emotionless, expressionless, feelingless entity that we both are playing. That’s what the film is about. It’s not one that has character traits and all of that. It’s something that people will really understand once they see the film. I don’t know how to define my role and put it into characteristic traits,” she said.
“It’s completely different from what I have ever done before. I am known to be somebody who portrays emotions well, someone who has feelings on her face and her eyes. People like me because I am able to emote. And as I said, there is no emotion in this film. That’s the fact why people choose me to play complex characters, to bring humanness and depth to them. This particular film and the role is deprived of any kind of emotion and humanness. So in this one respect itself it’s completely different from what I have ever done before,”she added.
The short film is all about an urban couple and the complications in their relationship. It brings out the issues related to modern relationships.
Kulhari, who was seen in movies such as Shaitan (2011), Pink (2016), Blackmail (2018) and the web series Four More Shots Please. And now being part of the short film is completely a different experience for her.
Written and directed by Gaurav Dave, produced by Sidharth Roy Kapur and Vajir Singh, The List drops on Amazon Mini TV on September 22.
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