Elizabeth Debicki on how menacing fame can be as she plays Diana in 'The Crown'
The 32-year-old actress Elizabeth Debicki - who plays the late royal in the latest series of Netflix drama 'The Crown' - says she's never been interested in being a celebrity but her latest role made her realise just how difficult fame can be for someone like Diana who was struggling with her personal life, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Shooting in real locations makes actors look believable: Randeep Hooda
Randeep says shooting in real locations "immensely" helps actors to make their performance believable. Elaborating on the same, the actor tells IANS: "Shooting in real locations enhances the performance because you spend the majority of time in the universe where your content is set.
Bhuvan Bam to perform action sequences in upcoming series
Bhuvan is playing the role of Vasant Gawde, a Mumbai-based sanitation worker and the story brings out his struggle to come out of poverty and lead a better life. He spoke about the challenges and said that it was not easy but he put in all his efforts to give his best.
Hema Sharma talks about being a part of 'Inspector Avinash'
"I'm playing the role of a politician's wife called Kaushalya. This is my debut series and I am working with Randeep Hooda. It is so wonderful to work with him," she said. Hema talks about her journey so far: "I made my debut through an album named 'Aaja Chhat Pe'. It was a Marwadi song that had immense popularity in Rajasthan.
Sayani Gupta: Being vocal about your feelings can sometimes backfire
Sayani in a conversation with IANS said: "It always backfires but that's not the point. You say something because it bothers you and you feel like you need to lend your voice to it." "You pick and choose your battles but you don't shy away from speaking your mind for injustice so that is something I have lived by all my life," she added.
Kirti Kulhari feels playing single mother in 'Four More Shots Please!' is relatable
Talking about the relatable factors of her character, Kirti Kulhari said: "In terms of story, of course, everything that's a part of Anajna's life is something that I have to play with full conviction. What part of my role people most relate to is playing a single mom. When you don't have a male partner, yet single-handedly manage to bring up your child, those challenges have been very relatable to people."
Netflix clarifies 'The Crown' is a 'fictional dramatisation'
A spokesperson for Netflix told Variety: "'The Crown' has always been presented as a drama based on historical events. Series five is a fictional dramatisation, imagining what could have happened behind closed doors during a significant decade for the Royal Family - one that has already been scrutinised and well documented by journalists, biographers and historians."
After 'Ghar Wapasi', 'Crash Course', it's 'Garmi' for Anushka Kaushik
The actress has wrapped up the shoot and she shares how it was to shoot for 86 days in Bhopal, Prayagraj, and Varanasi. Talking about her shoot for the series, Anushka says: "It was an amazing experience to get to work with such an amazing cast and crew. Tigmanshu sir is a maverick and to get a chance to be directed by him is a once in a lifetime kind of opportunity."
Usmaan of 'Mirzapur' Jitendra Shastri passes away
Co-actor in the series, Rajesh Tailang, informed his followers about his friend's unfortunate demise through a tweet. Rajesh wrote: "Can't believe Jitu Bhai is no more, what an amazing actor, what a wonderful human being, amazing sense of humour, got the opportunity to spend time working with him. It was my good fortune. #JitendraShastri Jitu Bhai Regards"