- "People often assume that I am angry," says Richa Chadha
- Richa Chadha said, "I always speak my mind"
- Richa Chadha will next feature in Jia Aur Jia
Richa interacted with media persons here on Saturday during the on-location shoot of her upcoming film Jia Aur Jia.
Asked why she often lands up having arguments with the media, Richa said: "I don't get angry. I am a straight-forward person and I always speak my mind, but I feel media is no less either.
"Since I am a straight forward person, people often assume that I am angry by nature especially when you play a character like Bholi Punjaban from Fukrey, who is very outspoken. So, it makes a certain kind of image of an actor, but I am not like that."
Clarifying her stand, Richa said: "I feel image is not self-made. It's not my problem that people don't remember me for films like Masaan, but they only remember me for film like Fukrey. I have done both kind of films, so audience sees you in a certain kind of image and identify you with that kind of image only.
"If they don't want to remember me in other kinds of role then I can't do much about that. So there is no conscious strategy with that. If a film comes my way and I like the subject, then I do that film."
The new version of the song is composed by Nisschal Zaveri and is sung by Jyotika Tangri. It will also have bits from the original Rafi version as well.
Richa said: "It's the remix of the old song and we are dancing in it. The subject of the film is living life to its fullest. It's a slice-of-life film so the song is also peppy, happy and energetic."
Jia Aur Jia is produced by Mirza N Askari and is presented by Blue Fox Motion pictures Pvt Ltd. Directed by Howard Rosemeyer, it will release on October 27.
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