Last Friday, Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi-starrer Chehre hit the theatres, becoming only the second big film to do so Covid-19 ravaged the Indian economy. The film also marked the debut of Krystle D’souza who made a shift from TV to films with Chehre. The film has been received well by the critics and audience alike, and Krystle is over the moon.
Ask her about one such memory while working on the sets that has kind of stayed with her, and she quips, “I have worked for so many years in my life but my mom has never come on my set. But she came to the sets - for the first time - during the shoot of this film, and it wasn’t for me, but for Amitabh Bachchan.” ALSO READ: Chehre Actress Krystle D’souza On Co-star Rhea Chakraborty: ‘I Was Feeling Bad For Rhea As It Is A Big Film For Her As Well’-EXCLUSIVE
However, Krystle asserts that her mother’s mere presence on the set was magical enough. “To have her standing there in my peripheral vision on set with her being so-teary eyed, was amazing. For the first time, it felt so real that my mother was proud of what I did. To see that pride in your parent’s eyes is something I can never forget and will always cherish. I rehearsed the scene and looked to my right and my mother had tears in her eyes and I felt that finally she is proud of me. That is one memory that I will always keep with me,” she gushes. ALSO READ: Chehre Debutante Krystle D’souza: ‘I Couldn’t Even Soak In The Fact That I Had Signed A Film With Amitabh Bachchan And Emraan Hashmi, And The Flight Tickets Were In My Hand’-EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Chehre is produced by Anand Pandit and directed by Rumy Jafry. This murder-mystery is about a group of friends, who host a surprise guest in the form of Emraan’s character in their home in the midst of snow-laden mountains. The movie also features an ensemble cast that includes Dhritimaan Chatterjee, Raghubir Yadav, Annu Kapoor, Rhea Chakraborty and Siddhant Kapoor.
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