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Rasika Dugal to be part of  Sudhir Mishra’s life support

Rasika will be seen playing a politician  along with Rahul Bhat in a short film Rasika Dugal has shot for a film called Life Support which is to go public in next two weeks.

Published: 22nd March 2017 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd March 2017 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

By BNS

Rasika will be seen playing a politician  along with Rahul Bhat in a short film Rasika Dugal has shot for a film called Life Support which is to go public in next two weeks. The short film is directed by Sudhir Mishra.The film is said to portray Rasika as a young budding politician exposing a relative reality in today’s politics. 

Speaking about working on the film, Rasika said, “I am play the role of a young ambitious politician. Very ambitious     and very vulnerable. Life Support is a take on current day politics.

A story of three people caught in a game of power   and conflicting ambitions.

For me working with Sudhir was great as I have always had a lot of respect for his body of work. Many of his films are on my list of favourites. Like his other films, there is nothing conventional about the way he works. I enjoyed the challenge of that.”


Rasika Dugal was last seen in a TV shows l P.O.W.  and  was also part of the short film, ’Chutney’ starring along with Tisca and Adil  Hussain. 

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