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Why is Swara Bhasker terrified of boarding shared cabs?

Published: 24th Jun 2021 10:02 pm

Meeting an ex-lover unexpectedly in a shared cab ride is not a very comfortable scenario. Some talks that were left incomplete and some awkward feelings that were once very active are beautifully captured in Royal Stag Barrel Select short-film, Dobara Alvida.

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Starring Swara Bhasker and Gulshan Devaiah in lead roles, the film gets both the characters talking about life, leading to an emotional exchange between the two. Talking further about the short-film with Telangana Today, Swara shares her experience and the reason she chose to do the film.

“The director of the film Shashank Shekhar Singh has been my close friend and has always been by my side when I needed him. I initially took this project for him but when I read the script, there was no reason I would not take it up. The script was so emotionally driven that any viewer can connect to at some point in life,” Swara shares.

Adding about any such personal experiences of meeting her exes, the actor shares with a laugh in her voice: “I have thankfully never run into an ex when I was not expecting to meet them. Like I may have met them at a mutual friend’s wedding, or some party where I know they are going to be present. However, after doing Dobara Alvida, now, I am terrified of boarding a shared cab for such reasons (laughs).”

The actor who has been seen in different roles in films like Rasbhari, Anaarkali of Aarah, Veere Di Wedding, and so on, would love to be part of a South Indian film. “My dad is from Vizag and I had been to the city frequently in my childhood. So I have a connection with the South and would love to be part of a Telugu film,” shares an excited Swara.

Sharing her favourite films in the South, the actor mentions Baahubali which, she says, she has “watched over ten times”. “Whenever there is a family gathering and we would like to watch a film, Baahubali is playing. Also, I love Telugu item numbers. They are very catchy and I made sure my brother’s wedding had some Telugu item numbers playing in the DJ and my family was damn shocked. I surely keep a track of films in the South,” she shares.

Swara was last seen in the film Sheer Qorma, which is doing circles in various film festivals.

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