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Entertainment Bollywood 09 Apr 2020 Kirti follows Kareen ...

Kirti follows Kareena’s lead

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Published Apr 9, 2020, 12:40 pm IST
Updated Apr 9, 2020, 12:42 pm IST
Kirti also recently shot for the second season of Four More Shots Please
Actress Kriti Kulhari
 Actress Kriti Kulhari

After Kareena Kapoor Khan was seen playing a British cop in the recently streamed Irrfan Khan starrer film 'Angrezi Medium', we have Kirti Kulhari of 'Four More Shots Please' fame playing a cop in the Hindi remake of the Hollywood hit 'The Girl on the Train'.

While Parineeti Chopra plays the central role Emily Blunt played in the original, Kirti has an extended role than what the cop had in the original. “The director Ribhu Dasgupta has increased the role of the cop and changed it around a bit,” affirms Kirti who returns to the Ribhu camp after Netflix’s 'Bard of Blood'.

 

“I fell in love with my character in Bard of Blood as well. I know she dies after a couple of episodes, but I was fine playing Jannat Marri in the show,” says the actress, who feels that characters have become excessively important in cinema these days.

Meanwhile, Kriti also recently shot for the second season of 'Four More Shots Please'. “That will be out within two weeks from now and my character has some interesting twists to offer,” says the actress, who had a great 2019 with 'Uri' and 'Mission Mangal'.

Apart from Kareena and Kriti, one may recall that Rani Mukerji played a cop in the Mardaani series, as did Priyanka Chopra in 'Don', 'Jaigangajal' and Toofan (Zanjeer remake), apart from Tabu in 'Drishyam'. But Kirti will be the second actress from Bollywood to play a cop from Old Blighty.    

After Kareena Kapoor Khan was seen playing a British cop in the recently streamed Irrfan Khan starrer film Angrezi Medium, we have Kirti Kulhari of Four More Shots Please fame playing a cop in the Hindi remake of the Hollywood hit The Girl on the Train.

While Parineeti Chopra plays the central role Emily Blunt played in the original, Kirti has an extended role than what the cop had in the original. “The director Ribhu Dasgupta has increased the role of the cop and changed it around a bit,” affirms Kirti who returns to the Ribhu camp after Netflix’s Bard of Blood.

“I fell in love with my character in Bard of Blood as well. I know she dies after a couple of episodes, but I was fine playing Jannat Marri in the show,” says the actress, who feels that characters have become excessively important in cinema these days.

Meanwhile, Kriti also recently shot for the second season of Four More Shots Please. “That will be out within two weeks from now and my character has some interesting twists to offer,” says the actress, who had a great 2019 with Uri and Mission Mangal.

Apart from Kareena and Kriti, one may recall that Rani Mukerji played a cop in the 'Mardaani' series, as did Priyanka Chopra in 'Don', 'Jaigangajal' and Toofan (Zanjeer remake), apart from Tabu in Drishyam. But Kirti will be the second actress from Bollywood to play a cop from Old Blighty.    

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