Yami Gautam Dhar, who is awaiting the release of her upcoming streaming film `Lost`, met real life crime journalists during the course of the film`s shooting in which she essays the role of a crime reporter in hot pursuit of a story. The actress told IANS, “I didn`t meet any crime journalists prior to the shooting but yes, I did meet them while we were shooting, and they were very senior. They were very kind.”
“It was a pleasure meeting them because if they hadn`t told me who they were, I would never know their significant body of work. I wouldn`t have known their background. They were extremely warm. They watched us shoot and perform. That`s all about it, there was no particular journalist that I had in mind while preparing for the role”. The actress also shared why she feels that cinema is one of the most respected professions in the world.
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She said, “Cinema has a large influence on people, which is why it is considered one of the most loved and respected professions in the world. It manages to evoke a beautiful bag of emotions within you. It has the capacity to entertain and engage you as an audience and that`s what I call success. I am hoping `Lost` can give the audience that kind of experience.” `Lost` is set to drop on OTT platform ZEE5 on February 16.
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