What has been your most challenging role? It makes me so happy that women are uniting and men too , to stop what has happened in the past from happening now, but unfortunately, I really feel that the Bollywood industry is way behind. Thank you so much! I enjoyed the whole process so much and everybody made me feel so welcome and supported, actors and crew. Each person, from the catering staff to the cast, felt so passionate about what we were doing.
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I played a role where I had to learn to speak Punjabi in Goreyan Nu Dafa Karowhich was extremely hard as I could only speak about five words before that. Not only because we were filming for 12 hours a day, going home and learning lines for the next day, but also because the scenes were very intense and dramatic due to the storylines that we were so fortunate to have been given.
My ethnic background was never a big deal though and I hardly ever felt different, which I know is fortunate. You have made an excellent representation of women and of diversity in your career, how did you begin this journey?
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I just went for what I knew I loved to do and tried to make a career out of it. Post a new comment canel. It stretched me, challenged me kaghera taught me so much and I am so grateful for such an enriching experience. The biggest thing that comes to my mind is the Times Up movement. I enjoyed the whole process so much and everybody made me feel so welcome and supported, actors and crew.
Thank you so much! I was and still am a big fan of Greaseand Grease 2.
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I have many ideas popping in and floating around in the crazy place that is my head. I also liked watching horror films like IT. I learned Hindi which was very challenging and after working there in the industry, I decided to come back to England where my family is, to pursue a career in acting. Other than that I am doing a couple of other creative things which I put on the back burner whilst up in Liverpool.
When I arrived, the team had set up a retreat style camp for us to stay in and before we even began filming we had to do a lot of meditations and trust exercises with each other in order strip ourselves of any egos or barriers that we came with and to really relate to each other as women.
That means a lot to me. What has been your most challenging role? I saw that when I was nine years old. People say that a good story is a good story but I really think that the effectiveness of a film, is down to all the departments involved.
Hopefully, I can divulge more on that soon. Is there anything Hollywood could learn from Bollywood? About Contact Home Privacy Subscribe. I was definitely very inspired by the way they portrayed vulnerability, strength, and emotion. I was essentially trying my hand at all these things to find what I was most passionate about and what I wanted to be.
I think I represented diversity in another way there, as I was seen as the girl from London with pale skin and apparently a very strong UK accent. What is next for Amrit?
It makes me so happy that women are uniting and men tooto stop what has happened in the past from happening now, but unfortunately, I really feel that the Bollywood industry is way behind. I just love anything with singing and dancing……. If you were turning your hand to writing a film, what issues would you tackle? I remember loving the fear that it made me feel, but being unable to sleep with the light off for ages afterward.
Each person, from the catering staff to the cast, felt so passionate about what we were doing. I also had stints in various girl bands whilst supporting myself with a part-time job as a waitress.
It really touched me as it brought to light an issue, which has affected my life very deeply in my own family. Film is a powerful medium, how do you ensure you do this effectively?