On-screen character Konkona Sen Sharma says that assuming the title part in the short film Nayantara’s Necklace was out of her customary range of familiarity as it was totally unique in relation to what she is, all things considered.
“The part I played was so not the same as what I am, in actuality, that I was entirely out of my usual range of familiarity,” said Konkona at the film’s arrival by Royal Stag Barrel Select Extensive Short Movies on Thursday. In the film, coordinated by Jaydeep Sarkar, Konkona and Children of War actress Tillotama Shome are inverse sort of characters however share a fascinating sort of companionship which continues developing.
“Really I needed to do the other part in light of the fact that I relate to that part more, and I thought I’ll suit more with it, yet the executive Jaydeep Sarkar said you need to do this specific part. She’s a wannabe sort of character, she dresses in an extremely specific manner and talks particularly, and says ‘Chill darlings’ and all which is not in the least me. So they just set up together the entire look and I just came like a devoted performing artist,” said Konkona who plays a westernized character while Tillotama plays a salwar kurta-clad mother.
About her experience of working with her co-star, Konkona said: “Tilotama and I are as of now incredible companions, neighbors and we meet a considerable measure. To play companions was intriguing on the grounds that we are not companions like how you found in the film. The way of our fellowship is unique in relation to the companionship delineated in our film. Tilotama’s character needs to be similar to my character and my character is not happy in her own particular skin, she needs to be something else. So it had some extremely intriguing layers to it.” Chief Jaydeep Sarkar is a commercial movie producer and shot for this film in 2014. About him, she said: “We’ve done plays together in the past and we’ve known one another since 1998. I was energized and needed to work with him. I believe he has a considerable measure of ability and he’s going to make incredible movies. I’m sitting tight for him to make a full length film.”
The pattern of short movies is by all accounts making up for lost time with Sujoy Ghosh’s Ahalya featuring Radhika Apte likewise getting awesome gratefulness as of late.