Bollywood actress Nushrat Bharucha is in the lead role in the film ‘Chhori’, which released on Prime Video on November 26 in India and 240 countries and territories around the world. This is a horror film, through which the actress is scaring people.
In an exclusive conversation with sources, Nushrat Bharucha has revealed many secrets about her character in her film ‘Chhori’. Talking about the name of the film, he said that whenever we hear about the word ‘Chori’, it is a general word but as soon as we explore this word, it has many meanings. When this film was being named, I was very happy that such a name has been given.
When asked about doing Chhori, Nushrat Bharucha said, “Though it is a horror film, but in the end what we want to convey through this film is what justifies this film. Through this film, what we people are doing. Want to give the message of fear because fear is such a weapon that a person is afraid for life.
Nushrratt Bharuccha’s recent outing as a pregnant woman in her first solo lead film, ‘Chhorii’, has been receiving massive applause and praises from the audiences and the critics alike. The performance of the actress is being touted as her career best till date.
Nushraatt chose to venture into a new genre and her bold career choice paid off as Chhori truly proves her prowess as a performer.
Opening up about the overwhelming response to the film, Nushrratt says, “Chhorii is indeed one of the most important films of my career, and the kind of love the film is receiving is super encouraging. I’m really glad that with Chhorii, I could put out a responsible message that is the need of the hour. It’s not just any another horror film, it’s a film with a perspective — one that brings to light a social evil, provoking thoughts that inspire us all to take responsibility in a manner that we move towards bringing about a change.”
Opening about her Chhorii being her first solo lead film, Nushrratt says, “It was equally daunting and enriching experience to single-handedly headline such a film. It will always remain one of the most difficult films I’ve done so far.”
Nushraatt shines bright in every frame, giving audiences thrills and chills as you can’t help but empathize with her fear and helplessness as she finds herself pitted against evil.
Unanimously hailed as her career’s best performance, it’s a new era for the actress who will next be seen in content-driven films like Janhit Mein Jaari, which she headlines, Ram Setu, Hurdang and many others in the pipeline.