Tisca Chopra recently turned director and received a lot of appreciation for her first short film, Rubaru. The film is a layered portrayal of the life of an actress who is on a down slide and is now dealing with the struggle of changing the direction of her career as she is not considered fit to be a leading lady. It is inspired by many such real life examples of actresses in cinema. But why did Tisca Chopra become a filmmaker herself because of the lack of content in her path?
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“Look at projects like Big Little Lies, which Reese Witherspoon produced with Nicole Kidman. Or, look at True Detective which was produced by Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. Or Sandra Bullock, who produced Gravity.
You will see a pattern in all of them. Actors are trying to put their weight behind the projects they believe in. That’s the idea behind becoming a director. You always get more creative freedom and the film or series gets what it deserves.
Producing or directing gives people a certain sense of what teams to put together. It helps that you can have like-minded people leading different departments – sound, camera, production design it all becomes a vision.
All those reasons culminated in me becoming a filmmaker and by no means was there a lack of content. There is no dearth of good content in Indian cinema.
There are many stories coming to us on OTT, said Tisca Chopra. After Rubaru, Tisca Chopra will soon be returning to the director’s chair with her first feature film as a director, which is expected to go on floors by the end of 2021.
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Bollywood and TV Actress Tisca Chopra speaks on Indian Movies and Content. She is a nice actress played different role.
Story first published: Tuesday, July 27, 2021, 16:46 [IST]
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