When working in a male dominated world, it is exciting to see women take up the baton and run the show. Aahana Kumra, who has wrapped up the Kajol-starrer
Salaam Venky, agrees, having worked with Alankrita Srivastava in
Lipstick Under My Burkha (2016) in the past. “They see you differently. The kind of suggestions I get from a female-director [comes] from a woman’s point of view. They tell me how I should be feeling at that moment, but also to be restrained. It has been incredible, like how Alankrita was. It is lovely to hear a woman’s voice. I love the idea of women calling the shot on set,” says Kumra, who was excited to work in Revathy’s directorial venture,
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Hoping to imbibe some of the director’s qualities, she says, “Revathy is unreal. I have never met a human being like her. If I could even have five per cent of her patience, politeness and compassion, I would consider myself lucky. She is a sensitive, sensible, and a beautiful person.” Talking about the atmosphere on the set, the actor adds that the shoot had a “beautiful energy”. “She wanted that energy on set. It is motherly, sisterly, and friendly. It comes down to what your experience has been with your director.”
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