Actress Bhargavi Chirmuley says the Marathi film trade has all the time given lots of significance to literature, which in flip helps actors develop.
“Since literature has been given a lot of importance in the Marathi industry, I feel it really contributes in the evolution of an actor and helps him or her grow. I feel very proud to be a part of the Marathi industry, and I’d like to say that the changes are very much welcome. We are seeing some fine and technically sound works,” she says.
Bhargavi Chirmuley has been a part of Marathi movies resembling “Sandook “, “Ideachi Kalpana” and “Ishq Wala Love”.
Looking at her profession graph, Bhargavi Chirmuley says that she has advanced as an actor. “From a child artiste to being a Marathi actress, I have always seen my career as a ECG Graph, which reflects positivity and motivates me to work harder and more,” she says.
Bhargavi will quickly be seen within the present “Mere Sai”, She performs a real-life character.
“I portray a character based on reality, and so while portraying such a role, one has to be more responsible about delivering it with a touch of reality. I will try to give my best to the role and to the show,” she says.
“I am essaying the character of Chandra Borkar, who is like Sai Baba’s sister and has a happy family with two kids. However, one day her husband abandons the family as he wants to attain enlightenment and he considers his duties towards his family as an impediment. Consequently, Chandra falls upon bad times. But Sai Baba stands by his sister and makes Chandra’s husband realise that one can attain enlightenment only by fulfilling their responsibilities. Chandra Borkar’s story is a real story and I consider myself very fortunate to play this wonderful role,” she sums up.
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