Manushi Chhillar reveals about her dream director!

2nd Jan, 2023

Well-known actress Manushi Chhillar made her debut in 2022 along with Akshay Kumar. She featured in the historical drama movie, Samrat Prithviraj, where she played the role of Princess Sanyogita. However, the movie didn’t perform well at the box office but her act was appreciated by the viewers. 

Lately, in a media chat, the beautiful actress talked about her forthcoming movie Tehran. She will be seen sharing the screen space with John Abraham in her second movie. During the interview, Manushi opened up on her dreamy wishlist of directors that she wants to work with. She also shared her thoughts on the ongoing debate between OTT vs theatres. 

On the ongoing debate between OTT vs theatres, she revealed, “I think this has been a long debate about why a lot of films have not performed well in the theaters and do you think OTT will take over. I think the good thing that's happened over the lockdown is the fact that it's created another platform, I don't think they're competing platforms, but I think there are different audiences, there is still an audience that enjoys a good film in a theatre and wants to go to the theatre and get that whole experience of watching a film. And then there's an audience that wants to watch a certain kind of film from the comfort of their homes. So I think it's increased. In fact, OTT has actually increased opportunities. There are a lot of different kinds of content that are being made. So that's great. 

About a wishlist of actors and directors, she said, “Of course, we all have a list of people that we want to work with. I don't think that I have a list of actors. Whenever I watch a film and I really like it, the film is a director's medium, I do add the director's name to my wish list. I think one of the directors is someone that I will not name but I am working with him which I am really excited and happy about in one of the projects that I am doing soon. So yes, mostly my wishlist is of directors. I would want to be directed by Rajamouli sir, which might sound very cliche but I absolutely loved RRR.”