Fighter movie actress Rishika Kapoor bags a Bollywood project

Deccan Chronicle.  | Sashidhar Adivi

Entertainment, Tollywood

The actress states that she plays a chirpy girl hailing from UP in the Satyendra Raj directorial

Rishika Kapoor

After playing a cameo role in Vijay Deverakonda’s Fighter (tentatively titled) under director Puri Jagannadh, actress Rishika Kapoor has now bagged another interesting project in Bollywood.

Rishika is paired opposite Govinda in the film titled Bhagwan Ke Liye Mujhe Chod Do. The Delhi-born actress, who had shot for a few days before lockdown, says she’s ecstatic about working opposite the Rangeela Raja star.

“Govinda plays a dual role and I am playing opposite the younger one,” she shares, adding that she had bagged the role after auditioning for the breezy entertainer.

The actress states that she plays a chirpy girl hailing from UP in the Satyendra Raj directorial. But the most exciting part is that she has to do action sequences.

“I’m thrilled to perform action sequences in my debut film itself.  I had trained under stunt choreographer Moses, and the filming will start after normality is restored. I have undergone a three-week workshop to get the nuances of my character perfect,” she adds.

According to Rishika, she learnt several things from Govinda, including dance moves and dialogue delivery.

In conclusion, the actress says she’s a big fan of Puri Jagannadh. I like his work; ever since I saw iSmart Shankar, I have been waiting for an opportunity to work with him. I’m glad that I got the opportunity," she says.       

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