Bring fans to their knees with big-screen releases, then drive them wild with her versatile OTT projects. Maduri Dixit is back with yet another family entertainer Maja MaAnand Tiwari comedy-drama Bollywood Dakudaku A girl is seen essaying the character of her doting mother. Maduri, who released the trailer for the family drama on Thursday, gives a very good indication of how she’s evolved as an actor in roles she’s never played before. I believed that I was playing a very evolved role in the movie compared to other people.
In a conversation with The Indian Express, Maduri cited examples from her films while revealing that she likes the role in essays that touch on women’s empowerment. Raja, Mrityudand and Anjaam He said that he felt a devotion to a role with essence.
Madhuri believed that the existence of OTT platforms really helped actresses get good jobs even in their 40s. Her report quoted her as saying: But I don’t think they knew what to do with women of this age group. doing. “
Describing the same, the actress gave the example of Ayushman Khurana Baday HoShe said that “a woman was the main character” in the film, but she wasn’t “a 16-year-old girl running through the trees.” Madhuri claimed that the trio of story, audience and storytelling were “mature”. Mr Madhuri said: There are many stories about women being made. So there are so many good roles for female actors. “
While talking about how 90s actresses played far more evolved roles than male stars, Maduri said women are more mature than men. I didn’t blame the male actors because they need etc. Madhuri added: Juhi (Chawla) Do you know it, Raveena (Tandong) It’s great what we’re doing, or any of us are doing, because we’re moving forward in life and staying true to ourselves on screen.
Back to her upcoming movies, Maja Ma It will premiere on Amazon Prime on October 6th. Apart from Madhuri, this comedy also stars Gajraj Rao, Ritwik Bhomic, Sheeva Chadda, Simone Singh, Baluka Singh and Srishti Srivastava in the lead roles.
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