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Sanghmitra Hitaishi: I’m ready to handle a whole project.

“My mom is from a small town, so she couldn’t be what she wanted to be. I think my mom sent me to Chennai to study Bharatanatyam at the Kalakshetra Foundation because she wanted to start singing. There, I learned about creativity and how to express myself through art. The actor of Custody (2019) and Bombay Begums says, “In a way, I’m into performing arts and trying to help her reach her goal” (2021).

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When she talks about her early life, she says, “I moved to Mumbai after I finished school in Lucknow and Delhi.” I quickly decided that this is the city where I want to put down roots. I took a class at FTII to learn how to act, and then I started acting in student films. My first independent film, Lajwanti (2015), did well at festivals and gave me a lot of chances.

Hitaishi has had to learn the hard way that the never-ending debate about nepotism is all wrong. The truth is that it’s always easy for young people to start acting careers in the movie business. Even if they are fantastic actors, you can’t deny that they are all set up, organized, and have teams in place before they even begin their careers.It takes years for casting directors to even know we are here. When starting projects, these things should be thought about.

Hitaishi has a lot in store: “After lockdown, I started filming for Out of Love. You could say I was working during the pandemic. In a few months, I’ll be in a musical series that will be available to stream.

Also, I worked with Sonakshi Sinha on a series that was mostly shot before COVID. The shoot lasted a solid six to seven months, so we had to go to workshops again. The first episode will be shown at the Berlin Film Festival this month.

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