Doing Justice To The Role Was Challenging Says Sharvari
- By Mukesh Kumar
- Jan 12, 2020
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Actor Sharvari who is making foraying into digital world with “The Forgotten Army” series, says doing justice and being respectful to real life characters was challenging.
Directed by Kabir Khan, the series titled The Forgotten Army is based on true events about the men and women in the Indian National Army led by Subhash Chandra Bose. The series stars Sunny Kaushal and Sharvari.
Talking about her role and challenges, Sharvari said, “I am playing the role of Maya, she is a soldier in Rani Jhansi regiment, which was and is, the only all women regiment. Female soldiers from the regiment took to battle field with other male regiments. This is an important chapter of our history because we have not seen such a combat regiment till now”
“If we keep the characters, training, series and all the other elements aside, see it’s a real story based on someone life and of course we have fictionalized it. So that’s been the most difficult part of this series, though it is fictional account but it’s based on someone’s real life and one needs to be respectful and dignified. Challenge was to do justice to each and everyone, whose stories have culminated into characters” added Sharvari.
Sharvari is working with Kabir Khan for the first time and newbie actress quips that the filmmaker has taught her the most important lesson in life.
She said, “Kabir Khan told everyone that journey is most important thing while making a show or film. I am new in the industry, so I was thinking about the release of the series and its response but I realized that working with people (cast and crew) of the project is the most important thing. What happens after release or its response, that depends on the audience, but the co-actors and staff you work with for months at a stretch are the family and enjoy that work and journey”
The Forgotten Army - Azaadi Ke Liye is a mini web television series which will release of Amazon Prime Video.
Sharvari is also part of Bunty and Babli 2.
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