Tisca Chopra On The Changing Phase Of Cinema, Web Shows And Much More- EXCLUSIVE

In an exclusive interview with SpotboyE.com, Tisca Chopra spoke at length about how films happened, the changing phase of cinema, her take on web series, and also shared several anecdotes from her childhood that summed up for an interesting and fun interview

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Tisca Chopra On The Changing Phase Of Cinema, Web Shows And Much More- EXCLUSIVE
Tisca Chopra, a powerhouse performer has dabbled in theatre and films and can undoubtedly ace any role. Be it Nandita Arora in Ankur Arora Murder Case, Maya from Taare Zameen Par or Vanita from the short film Chutney, Tisca dives deep into the skin of characters she plays.

Our host Manish had a lovely time interviewing the talented beauty who’s all geared up for her next film, Good News that stars Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh. The conversation began with the actress sharing some interesting tidbits on how she manages the vivid roles- that of an actor, a social activist, a director, and so on.

From her childhood memories to her role in films, theatre and TV, the actress spoke about everything under the Sun and the conversation just flowed easily. Tisca revealed how the era of '90s had some of the worst films being made. “There were some pretty crap work”, says the actress and she calls herself lucky to have stuck around. When asked how would she describe her journey so far, Tisca said it’s too early to look back and reflect on her films and life. WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW:

Tisca also revealed how it wasn’t an easy start for her in the industry considering her family was more into education and studies.

Before wrapping up the conversation, Tisca spoke about her upcoming film, Good News. She also shared 3 words of wisdom by the actress as she says, ‘Never be afraid of auditions, learn your lines well and know your character inside out.”


Not too long ago, SpotboyE.com Editor, Vickey Lalwani also interviewed the actress where Tisca spoke about the #MeToo wave that hit Bollywood last year, disillusionment to TV and no qualms in doing bold scenes, if the script demands.

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