Mumbai: Bhumi Pednekar starrer ‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitaare’ is all set to premiere on Netflix, following which she feels that online release will make her film to a larger audience.
“As an artist, I look to entertain viewers every time I come on screen and I’m fine with any platform that becomes a vehicle for my creative expression. At this day and age, producers will do what is needed and we must all support each other’s decisions,” she said.
“I think our film will reach a much larger audience with this move,” he said.
Pednekar told how special the film is for him and he is happy to share screen space with Konkona Sen Sharma for the first time.
“Dolly Kitty is a very special film. Konkona, as we know, is a really, really unprecedented person and actor, and Alankrita (Srivastava) is a very special director. Balaji as an institution has always supported content that has broken barriers,” actor said.
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“There is a huge reason that I am fond of Ekta. There couldn’t have been a better collaborator than Balaji for the film. So, for me, being a part of this film was a super-rich experience as an actor,” she said.
The film has already received rave reviews from critics and audiences at various film festivals around the world. Pednekar has also received the Best Female Actor Award at the Busan Film Festival for the film.
“I’m looking forward to seeing how people react. It was refreshing to play the role of a girl, fresh out of college, waiting to experience life. A fun way to come of our age Se is yet reliably done. Kitty is naive, sweet, ambitious. And a survivor,” she said.
“It celebrates femininity, brotherhood, and all the drama that comes between love and work. It very efficiently shows how complex women are still. The film is full of quirks and a pool of emotions. It has a different narrative and I am excited,” she added.
Earlier in the day, Netflix India announced that a total of 12 Hindi films including ‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitaare’ will skip theatre release and premiere on the platform.