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Exclusive: Irra Mor Is All Set To Cast Her Magic In Bollywood With Randeep Hooda Starrer Inspector Avinash; Goes Candid While Sharing The Experience!

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Exclusive: Irra Mor Is All Set To Cast Her Magic In Bollywood With Randeep Hooda Starrer Inspector Avinash; Goes Candid While Sharing The Experience!

After having a successful career as an actor in the Telugu and Kannada film industries actor Irra Mor is all geared up to step into Bollywood. She will be seen playing a crucial role in the upcoming Hindi web series, Inspector Avinash, based on the life and times of a super cop from Uttar Pradesh in the 1990s, starring actor Randeep Hood helmed by Neeraj Pathak and produced by Jio Studios.

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In an exclusive interview with Pop Diaries, the actor has gone candid sharing her experiences and spilling the beans as she is all set to enter Bollywood and OTT. Talking about her journey she said, "It feels like the actors I have seen while growing up, now I am working with them which gives a “wow” feeling and “oh my god” kind of factor."

Having experience working in both regional and now Bollywood industry sharing her perspective on the same she stated, "I don’t see any difference apart from the language, both the industries are very professional and welcoming! If one has a talent they can work in any industry."

Further, sharing her thoughts on whether Ott is much more widely spread than Box Office she responded, "Currently yes OTT has a broader reach and there is content being made only for OTT also and in these time of frequent travel and traffic problem, it is convenient to opt for OTT however Movies & Theatres comes first for me and have their own charm which no platform can take away."

Revealing her experience of sharing the screen with Randeep Hooda and her journey for 'Inspector Avinash' she said, " It was great to work with Neeraj Pathak sir, I learned many things under his direction. Praveen Sisodia sir was very helpful and had shared many good experiences in life and acting through your shooting."

"Coming to Randeep sir - it felt like I met someone from my home (strict and very particular) we come from the same community and he totally behaves like a Jaat man. He is jovial also when he is in a lighter mood than he involves the whole film unit and keeps cracking jokes," she concluded.

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