“Four more shots please!” From being the role of a lawyer who is an unmarried mother in the film. To the survival of “Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors” abuse, actor Kirti Kulhari says she wants to reach different levels of complexity through the characters on screen. The 36-year-old actor, however, isn’t detrimental to taking on the “white character” if it’s well written. “I want to play the most complex characters possible. I want to play as a dark and gray character. I’m bored of playing with white characters. But if a script appears when a white character is written with a lot of depth and layers, I’d like to play that too,” Kulhari said. Zoom to PTI in an interview.
“Not all (the roles) I’ve played are easy to play. Humans aren’t simple and it’s not easy to deal with so many aspects,” he added.
The actor will premiere his next film “Shaadistan”. In the film, Kulharik plays a singer named Sasha, who is said to be a tigress “in taking charge of her life”.
Directed by Raj Singh Chaudhary, “Shaadistan” follows the journey of a van of four young free-spirited musicians, a couple from a small town and their little daughter’s motorhome, traveling from Mumbai to a small town in Rajasthan.
“For me, Sasha represents freedom, which means that people misunderstand the freedom to do that or to have sex or whatever. When you say freedom, you choose your life and how you want to live your life and who you want to be. Sasha he does not seek validation for anything in his life. “
Sasha her “Four more shots please!” They asked him if it was an extension. Character Anjana Menon, Kulhari said that the two women are empowered and apologize but they are very different.
“Anjana is in the process of finding herself. She comes from a place to be emotionally carried away, while Sasha has found herself, not being from an ego space or not sure. It’s emotional, but it will benefit himself and others. “
The actor, who will play the doctor in the upcoming “Human” web section, has said he wants to continue reinventing himself.
“I don’t care what image I make but I want to tell a story or touch and play a character that will change you. Being an actor allows me to make a difference in the world I live in and that’s my way of doing it,” he added.
“Shaadistan” will air on Disney + Hotstar VIP starting Friday.