Richa Chadha declared that she is happy with everything that she has accomplished and that she is now a member of the Rs 100 crore club.
Actress Richa Chadha declared that she is happy with her accomplishments up to this point and that no one could take away from her membership in the Rs 100 crore club. “Fukrey 3,” her most recent release, brought in nearly Rs 107.7 crore globally.
Richa, whose famous persona from Bholi Punjaban is ingrained in everyone’s memory, said, “I feel great, grateful,” when speaking to IANS about the benchmark. I am really appreciative to the makers for picking me ten years ago. I am appreciative of both writer Vipul Vig and director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba for the character they both wrote.
Richa Chadha continued, saying, “I am just happy that I am in the Rs 100 crore club and no one takes this from me.” She also discussed how she views her hardships and achievements. I’m a lady who made myself. I’m really proud of what I’ve accomplished, as well as the fact that I relished the challenge and the trip just as much as I do now that I’ve succeeded.
She has played many iconic roles in Hindi cinema over the course of her ten-year career, including Nagma from “Gangs of Wasseypur,” Bholi Punjaban from “Fukrey,” Rasila Devi from “Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela,” Tara from “Madam Chief Minister,” and Hiral Gandhi from “Section 375:Marzi Ya Jabardasti,” among many others.
Richa Chadha explains why she is not close to any of them, though.
“I assume that because I move on quickly, none of these characters are close to me. I put my all into it, and as you can see, each of these characters has a pretty distinct set of values.
“Nagma is a fighter, Bholi is a gangster, and she wants to be respected and have the pie but she wants to be street smart,” the actress continued, discussing the roles she had portrayed. Rasila is a gentle woman who opposes conflict. Devi chooses to fight rather than criticise herself in order to overcome her circumstances, even if she is a victim of them. Tara, Madhuri, and Heeral are all distinctly different characters.
She enjoys portraying so many different personas, though.
The diversity of cinematography is something I adore. That being said, I don’t identify with any particular character,” she remarked.