Aishwarya Rajesh newly released film ‘Farhana’ has not only been receiving positive reviews and praises from the audience for her performance but also a success at box office despite the clash with other star films running successfully in theatres. She also got all praises for her Malayalam remake The Great Indian Kitchen remake into Telugu and her Tamil starrer Kanaa. As Farhana talks about a woman who wants to earn a livelihood for her family post Covid situations, Aishwarya talked to media about woman centric projects in Indian film industry and the challenges she faced to play Farhana.
Talking about how Farhana has come to her, actress said about “how movie director Nelson talked about making a movie based on this idea when OTT was not even a trend. Covid happened and in lockdown when everything is paused with lives, director has called me saying let’s do the movie as Dream Warriors agreed with the script. That’s how it started, hearing Farhana felt like a different script from ordinary and could be an unique experiment for me to perform an intense character that runs the movie wholly”.
She continued talking about doing the movie, During the movie it has become a challenge for me to keep the heap up to be fit for the person Farhana is. It’s not a hectic movie to be a challenge but Farhan being the center of the film, responsibilities became heavier. If I’m doing a movie along with actor, pressure won’t lie in the process of making but with women centric films, when even a thread becomes knot even if I don’t think of it in multiple aspects like commercial elements including acting. Post Covid responsibility got increased for every actor as films got exposed to all languages in India irrespective of the language.
Addressing about getting exposure to women centric films from the audience, actress says just Farhana doing better doesn’t raise women centric films equally as other films. There are so many other individual actresses who prefer doing women centric movies and did as well. If audience receive female centric movies equally and positively just like other movies, Yes it can be considered achieving in the industry and is sure in the coming decade soon content matters most and film industry will difference for better changes.
Farhana was released on may 12 which is still running successfully in theatres. Apart from that, Aishwarya is doing a project with GV Prakash which is a rom com. It is a different film breaking the stereotype surrounding only men having challenging roles. In this movie women will be having snoring issues and how she deals with it.
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