Divya Dutta: ” I bonded very well with Mallika…”

Divya Dutta is on a new high. The talented actress who already has a bag full of wonderful films to her credit is now looking forward to interesting work.

“I don’t believe in the funda of playing lead roles” she says. “Infact, I have always played very significant roles in films and Last Lear was one of them. But what Divya is more excited about is her first Hollywood venture, The Hisss with Irrfan Khan being directed by Jennifer Lynch..

“The Hisss is my first Hollwyood venture where I play Irfan’s Khan wife. The film is based on a story of nagin which is played by Mallika Sherawat. The Hiss a film being made on the subject of snake woman, who has the capacity to transform herself into a human being at will.

Mallika Sherawat plays the female lead in the film. Irrfan Khan is enacting the role of an inspector. The film is being shot in the jungles of Kerala and other parts of India to give a touch” informs Divya.

Speaking about working with Mallika Sherawat, Divya said, “Mallika and me are both different person and so we could bond well together. Chemistry between us was wonderful.”

Apart from Hisss Divya will be seen sharing screen space with Abhishek Bachchan and veteran actress Waheeda Rehman in Rakeysh Mehra’s Dilli – 6.

“I can’t talk much about the film but yes, it was fun working with Abhishek Bachchan who is a spontaneous actor. Abhishek is a fun to work with. We used to often go cycling together and have sangeet session after packup. Talking about Waheedaji, I had always admired her she is a great actress” says Divya.

Besides these films Divya will be seen in interesting roles in Oh My God, Love Khichdi, Monica and Hello Darling.


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