I Am Proud Of Manikarnika Says Mishti Chakraborty
Actress Mishti Chakraborty, who plays the role of Kashibai in Manikarnika says that she is proud of the filmMishti Chakraborty and RAW director Robbie Grewal graced the launch of Dilip Sahus Flyking Film Academy in Mumbai
Actress Mishti Chakraborty, who plays the role of Kashibai in Manikarnika says that she is proud of the film.
Mishti Chakraborty and RAW director Robbie Grewal graced the launch of Dilip Sahu's Flyking Film Academy in Mumbai.
Kangana Ranaut’s act and directed Manikarnika made 8 crores on its opening day. Talking about the film and its firs day collection, Mishti said, “I am proud to be part of such a film which has such a noble subject. Rani Laxmibai resides in every Indian’s heart. So I really proud that I am part of such a film”
“I don’t believe in numbers a great deal, but I guess I need to, because that is the trend, we always count success. The film success is calculated by numbers, so whether I personally believe in it or not, but this is our requirement. I am happy that the film made good money on the first day. I want it to cross 500 Cr”
The actress Mishti also hailed Dilip Shau for starting a film academy, which emphasizes on production as the entire process of filmmaking depends on the shoulders of productions team.
She said, “The entire film relies on the shoulder of the production team, from the beginning till the end. Things like budget, pay, food and everything else depends on the people in the production team. So it is a very noble concept that such an academy started, which teaches production. A lot of individuals come here to do production, but they spent a good chunk of time in learning it, see if you don’t have knowledge about production, the budget goes up, and once that happen, we have to compromise on the quality of the production, issues like these can be sorted out if we starts to impart production knowledge, through such academy as Flyking”
Mishti made her Bollywood debut with Subhash Ghai's film Kaanchi: The Unbreakable and added that even the master filmmaker encouraged her to understand production.
She said, “I have seen production closely during my first film Kaanchi with Subhash Ghai in 2014. Filmmaker Subhash Ghai always stressed on one thing that I should also remain back to the scene and understand how they are made. I have his entire production team, so I have the importance of production”