Bidita Bag is currently in Voot’s Fuh Se Fantasy and Bouma. The actress is now all set for her next.
Bidita Bag will be sharing screen space with Shreyas Talpade in Teen Do Paanch.
Talking about the film and her role, she said:
“The film Teen Do Paanch is a very unique concept it’s never been shown before. This film is based on child adoption made in a very light-hearted way, very fun way yet very strong message is there in the backdrop of adoption. Everything is like never before dealt subject so that’s what attracted me to the script. I am playing the role of Shreyas’ wife and for some reason, we are unable to conceive so decide to go for adoption. We wanted to adopt one kid but we end up adopting three kids and how our life changes after that is the storyline. “
Sharing her experience of working:
“Amitabh Verma is a very good director. He knows what he wants and no extra shots. No ambiguity in his mind. He is very clear about things. Well, definitely it was great working with Shreyas Talpade. One of the few really good actors that we have in industry. Normally what happens when you are acting and if u try to give suggestions, not all co-actors take it positively but with Shreyas, it’s not like that. He is there taking suggestions, giving suggestions, rehearsing, improvising, and doing anything & everything to get the scene right. So if you get such kind of co-actors, is it makes your job actually very easy and you can see the chemistry on screen.”
On apprising about doing versatile roles, she said:
“It’s a dream for any actor to get different kinds of roles because versatility is the thing that keeps an artist going and especially where people are ready to slot you in a particular kind of roles. I am really thankful to people who have faith in me. I am thankful that director and producers could see me fitting in different roles. I am an artist and I crave for different kinds of subjects, different kind of roles. I do not want to limit myself. I keep praying that I keep getting different kind of roles and don’t get typecast. “