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Interview of Muskan Sethi on 'RadhaKrishna'

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'RadhaKrishna' will release on February 5. Ahead of its release, actress Muskan Sethi of 'Paisaa Vasool' has spoken about the movie, her character in it and more.

It's a very very different role that you don't get to see in south Indian movies. It's a cute love story set in the village backdrop. It also has a social message. My character wants to make her grandmother's dream come true. She engages in the handicrafts industry. I would say that it's a heroine-oriented film. It's the toughest character I have played.

The character has got a wide graph. She carries the movie on her shoulders. In terms of dialogue delivery, there is a lot of range. At times, I had to give 25 to 30 takes till the director was satisfied. That way, it was very challenging for me. I had to mouth long Telugu lines.

Whoever has watched the film, my performance has touched them. That means a lot to me.

We stayed in a guesthouse in Nirmal. For someone who is so used to city life, it was not easy. The sleeping hours were constricted due to the tough schedule. We were living in a simple place for 45 days.

Anurag is a very sweet co-actor. He is very down-to-earth and affectionate.

There is a lot of detailing with regards to the crafts in the movie. Handicrafts are much more expensive than machine-made ones. It's not mass-produced from China. I was in awe of the talent of the artisans in Nirmal.

Although they are new, the producers are very passionate about the project. They were very helpful, and worked like a family. It was an emotional journey. I am very lucky that they gave me a beautiful role and treated me like a family member.

Lakshmi Parvathy garu is super knowledgeable. And it's an absolute pleasure to work with someone with so much knowledge. She is a very nice person.

My film 'Maha Prasthanam', which is my fourth Telugu project, will release soon. Due to covid last year, I couldn't accept a new movie. I am waiting for the audience's response to 'RadhaKrishna'.  

Updated on February 4, 2021