Trimala Adhikari made her debut with Manav Kaul's directorial film Hansa. Then she got her second break in the movie Haramkhor. While the actress is busy shooting for her upcoming projects in the web space, we spoke to her about the journey so far in showbiz and also her experience of working with Bollywood actor Nawazudin Siddiqui.
Talking about the journey she says, "It has been full of ups and downs. Coming from a non-filmy background was tough but theatre really helped me get a break in my first film. It was tough to survive in the initial days but actors have these qualities of not giving up. All in all, it's a beautiful journey but full of hardships." ALSO READ: Nawazuddin Siddiqui Birthday Special: 5 Brilliant Performances That You May Have Gone Unnoticed
Recalling the memories of Haraamkhor, Trimala says, "Haramkhor was my second film, I met the director of the film, Shlok Sharma and he had already seen my work, so he didn’t even audition me. I was very happy that day. Also, working with Nawaz was an amazing experience, he is such an amazing person. He is an institution in himself, I learned so much from him. Whenever I was on set, I used to feel like I was in an acting workshop which I was getting for free. It was really a great experience working with him." ALSO READ: Nawazuddin Siddiqui Returns To His Hometown Budhana After Shooting For Two Films Back-To-Back: ‘Not Sure When I’ll Return To Mumbai’
Lastly, talking about her upcoming projects she says, "I have done quite a few work's before lockdown, which is yet to release. Yes, a project of mine, 'Adi Sonal", with Neena Gupta is coming on Voot this month. It will be an amazing story with a social message. Further, I am looking for challenging roles as I want to do something which challenges me as an actor."
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