& # 039; You have to be emotive, not just use bad language & # 039;


“I had received a lot of offers, but either had some nudity or had sex or an abusive language.”
“I’m not interested in doing all of that just for that.”

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“I miss eating so much in my favorite restaurants! I want to eat Chinese and Mughlai food!” Ridhi Dogra calls out Ronjita Kulkarni /Rediff.com.

“Since I live alone, I have to constantly ask my mother about recipes and make them, but they don’t turn out very well,” she laughs.

She is lucky that her brother lives in the same building with a domestic help to solve her eating problems.

Ridhi also lacks going to the cinema.

“Watching a movie in a movie theater is a big thing for me. I love it! It’s a big part of my week,” she says.

She misses working too.

“I should start filming my next web series for Alt Balaji. Married woman. We had to start filming in Delhi in April. I don’t know what’s going to happen, “she says.

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But Ridhi is happy that viewers have the opportunity to watch their web series Asur, a thriller with Arshad Warsi, Barun Sobti, Sharib Hashmi and Anupriya Goenka.

“People who are tied to a project are very important to me. That’s the first thing I’m looking for, because if the team isn’t on the same side as you, it can fall flat,” explains Ridhi.

“I had received a lot of offers, but either had some nudity or sex or an abusive language. Although I agree, the work I did on TV was pretty intense. You have to be emotive to get people’s attention , and don’t just use an abusive language … unless of course this is essential to your role, “she says.

“I’m not interested in doing all of this just because of that,” she adds.

She enjoyed her stay at Arshad Warsi and tells how they broke the ice.

“My first scene with him was at night and I was on the set with him and Sharib (Hashmi). Both have impeccable comic timing! I said that standing there and being serious is very difficult because they have the best comic timing ever. “

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How does Ridhi spend her time during the national ban?

“Since I live alone, I have to do a lot of housework. I’m a champion of cleanliness, so I can’t even spend a day without cleaning my house. I also meditate and read a lot,” she says.

Photo: Courtesy of Ridhi Dogra / Instagram

Ridhi also likes her TV time.

“I look at everything that is well done. I have no genre that I like. I enjoyed it Holy games as much as i enjoyed Made in heaven or Delhi crime. The genre doesn’t matter, but it should keep me busy, “she says.

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So what are your favorite shows? Ridhi makes her recommendations:


“It has great accomplishments. The way the story moves is very exciting.”

Taj Mahal 1989.

Both Jamtara and Taj Mahal 1989 are very earthy and massive.

“”Taj Mahal 1989 is very nostalgic because it shows India in the 1990s. It’s nice to see something simple. They also gave it an urban perspective. “

Special forces

“I haven’t finished it yet, but after everything I’ve seen, I think they did a great job.”


“It has the real thrill. Plus the way they combined mythology with it.”

This is us

“It’s a nice show about relationships, family, friends, and love.”

“”Killing Eve, Fleabag, Handmaid Tales… “she lists.” I was watching Handmaid Tales before quarantine. It’s a slow clock with three seasons, so your 21 days will go by aaram se! “