Meera Deosthale, who is part of ‘Ratri ke Yatri 2’, directed by Anil V. Kumar, said that she is glad she did the project.
Actress Meera Deosthale, who is part of ‘Ratri ke Yatri 2’, directed by Anil V. Kumar, said that she is glad she did the project. The actress added that working with the producer-director was a dream come true.
“I was looking forward to working with Anil sir because I had heard a lot about him and I wanted to experience how it was working with him. Secondly, when I heard about the cast of the episode and I realised that I’ll be opposite Sharad Malhotra and Shefali Jariwala, I thought it was a good collaboration. It was kind of a debut on the web space for me,” she said.
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She added: “The experience was amazing. It was a two-day shoot and a lot of work was done in the two days. He and his entire team are very clear on how they wanted the episode to look like what the story should be so it was a wonderful experience.”
The content of the stories is quite bold and real, said Meera, adding: “It is a topic that would attract eyeballs. People would want to know more about it. I am playing the role of Sweetie, who is engaged to Manoj in the story, and Shefali Jariwala is playing the main red light area character.”
Meera adds that everything has been shot very well. “Hats off to her for pulling off the episode so well, and hats off to the entire team too. I was there and I saw how it was being shot in the most aesthetic way with limited people on set and all of that. So, I have so much respect for the entire production house and much respect for her for doing such a phenomenal job.”
“My role wasn’t tough because it was like a normal girl, a girl next door who wanted to get married in her life. I had fun shooting and it was amazing. The content of the stories is quite bold and real and hats off to the women who live this life for real. They all have a story, they all are trying to earn their money, support their family, and we should treat them equally and respectfully,” she concluded.