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Richa Chadha: You can’t keep everyone happy with the films you do

January 23rd, 2018 | by vBollywood Author
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Reputed actress Richa Chadha has given content-driven films, and has explored various facets of her acting. The  actor feels that every performance is bound to get a mixed response from different sections of the audience, and that is the reason she enjoys experimenting.

“The fear of a project not working in your favour always exists. You can never please people. I read a review of Masaan and some didn’t like my performance in it, while others said it was my best performance ever. So, it’s just about diversity of opinion. Not everyone likes everything,” says Richa, whose performance in Masaan (2015) won many awards across film festivals such as Cannes and SAARC Film Festival, Sri Lanka.

The Sarbjit (2016) actor mentioned, “You do one kind of films, and they say it’s good, but not commercial, and if you take up a commercial project, they will call you a sell-out. The only thing I have discovered is that you can’t keep everyone happy.”

If filmmakers choose safe themes and stories for projects due to the issue of censorship or boycott, Richa says it is understandable, and that there could be multiple reasons behind it.

“Unfortunately, when your money is at stake, or if you’ve taken money from an investor, you become liable to them. Then, it is not about self-respect anymore—you have to negotiate around it. That’s a downfall. The filmmaker already has a different battle to fight because someone or the other gets offended,” opines Richa, and adds, “There is a huge amount of money involved and then people do tend to bend over backward, and that is understandable.”

Photo courtesy: www.indianexpress.com

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