Neetu un­der­stands the plight of pro­duc­ers

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Yashika Mathur ■ yashika. mathur@ hin­dus­tan­times. com

Ac­tor Neetu Chan­dra (right) whose re­cent pro­duc­tion hit the the­atres says that she now knows how dif­fi­cult it is for pro­duc­ers to man­age a film and what im­por­tance they hold in its mak­ing.

“Now I com­pletely un­der­stand the dif­fi­cul­ties a pro­ducer has to go through. Ac­tors are just one part of the film. Even though they get treated like Gods in our coun­try, a movie can­not be made just with them. The pro­duc­ers too have to go through a lot of dif­fi­cul­ties to make a project suc­cess­ful and have to get every­thing done,” says Neetu.

The ac­tor, who made her Bol­ly­wood de­but with Garam Masala (2005) along­side ac­tors John Abra­ham and Ak­shay Ku­mar, thanks her stars for the strug­gles she could avoid. “The big­gest strug­gle that ac­tors go through in this day and age is to get a break in Bol­ly­wood and to con­tinue work­ing. I am lucky that I got a break with Garam Masala and never had those prob­lems for my­self,” she says.

Chan­dra’s re­cent pro­duc­tion throws light on the good side of the state of Bi­har and she feels that films have the power to change per­cep­tions.

“Films are the mir­ror of what hap­pens in so­ci­ety, and if that is de­picted in a bad way then that is how ev­ery­one else will see it. Films cre­ate images in the minds of peo­ple,” she says.

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