Romanian actress Madalina Bellariu to make her bollywood debut with Dobaara

Madalina plays a pivotal role in the thriller

Published: 24th May 2017 05:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th May 2017 05:56 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Madalina Bellariu, who is from Italian origin, is all set to be seen in her first Hindi film Dobaara, which is a remake of the American Horror film, Oculus. The film is directed by Prawaal Raman and stars brother-sister pair, Saqib Saleem and Huma Qureshi.

Madalina Ballariu

In Dobaara Madalina plays Anna, a character central to the plot line of the film. Anna is the love interest of Adil Hussain who plays Huma and Saqib’s father in the film. His wife Lisa Ray, suspects her husband of having an affair with Anna.

Soon there’s a shocking turn of events with a murder and a haunted mirror left behind to continue the story.  

Aside from playing a seductress and the main character in the film, Madalina also plays a linguist, speaking English, Italian, Romanian, French, Spanish and Hindi fluently.

Madalina is best known for her role in Paolo Sarrentino’s popular show The Young Pope, a story about a first American Pope in history, played by British actor, Jude Law.

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