Can't wait to take on Jaipur: Neetu Chandra
Neetu Chandra, who is shooting in Bikaner for a much-talked about Tamil film 'Aadhi Bhagavan', is very eager for the Jaipur leg of the shoot to begin.
"A lot of people, following me on Facebook and Twitter, keep telling me how wonderful the city is and how it is developing with each passing day," she tells After Hrs on phone from Bikaner.
Adding that she has heard that Jaipur women move around a lot freer than the women in Bikaner do, Chandra is surprised at how two cities in the same state can differ so much. "People in Bikaner tell me that women don't go out as much," she informs, adding, "Supposedly, Jaipur is the most happening city in Rajasthan and I want to see it for myself!"
Talking more about her film, 'Aadhi Bhagavan', directed by renowned Tamil director Ameer Sultan, Chandra narrates that she has been shooting for the film in Bikaner for the past five days and will be travelling to Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and of course, Jaipur, for the same.
"I am in Rajasthan for eight more days," Chandra reveals. So, why is a South Indian film being shot in Rajasthan, we wonder? "Because, the script demands palaces and deserts," Chandra divulges, adding, "I am playing a North Indian girl living in Mumbai."
Chandra, who has been busy with regional films of late, will also be seen in a Bollywood flick sometime this year. "I am working in a film called 'Kusar Prasad Ka Bhoot' with Paresh Rawal and a also a film called 'Shooter'," Chandra said before signing off.
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