For Nimrat Kaur, it was a comeback of sorts on screen when she was seen in the OTT film Dasvi earlier this year. Kaur’s last big screen release was Airlift in 2016 followed by a web series The Test Case in 2017. When asked if she feels that film actors moving to OTT takes away opportunities from character artistes, she differs and says, “I don’t think anybody steals employment from anyone. There are opportunities for everyone and nobody is taking away anything from anyone.”
Lauding the amount of work that’s happening in the entertainment industry, Kaur adds, “I did an OTT series almost five years ago, I never thought of being an OTT actor or a film actor. It’s just about the subject. At the end of the day you want to watch a good actor in a good story. Whether they are film actors or OTT actors, it does not matter.”
Currently busy shooting a social satire Happy Teachers Day, co-starring Radhika Madan, the actor opens about if she’s facing any challenges in getting right projects after a gap in her career.
“There is nothing difficult about coming back to a Hindi film set after my international projects. I had put on a lot of weight, so I had to do heavy workout but besides that I did not face any problems. I am born here, I live here and I enjoy being here,” says Kaur, who was seen in international TV series Homeland and Wayward Pines.
She further elaborates, “I would not use the word problem, but sometimes it just get little tricky because people think you are abroad…they don’t know you are here. They may have misconceptions which you need to clear and for that you need to be here. Moreover, from the first film I have worked in, I have also been working in the international projects. So there has been nothing negative about it. I feel everything has only happened for the best.”
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