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Richa Chadha tight-lipped on turning novelist, American court room drama series

According to reports, Richa has been roped in to play a lawyer in an eight-episode American series, a courtroom drama set against the 1970s racism-related unrest in Chicago.

Published: 27th March 2017 11:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th March 2017 12:41 PM   |  A+A-

Actress Richa Chada (Photo | Facebook.com/therichachadha)

Actress Richa Chada (Photo | Facebook.com/therichachadha)

By IANS

NEW DELHI: Actress Richa Chadha is tight-lipped about the buzz that she will soon turn novelist and that she has bagged a role in an American mini-series. She says she prefers to share details on projects when everything is in place.

According to reports, Richa has been roped in to play a lawyer in an eight-episode American series, a courtroom drama set against the 1970s racism-related unrest in Chicago.

Asked about it, Richa told IANS on a visit here earlier this week: "The mini-series is something I can't talk about. I don't know how the news got out. I don't want to talk about anything until everything is complete."

What about the news that she is to work on penning a book?

"I want to, but honestly I don't have the time right now," Richa said.

She says she has never thought she has a "writer's instinct", but added: "I used to have a blog which I used to write regularly. And I enjoy writing. Let's see."

Richa's next big screen project is "Fukrey Returns", which will see her reprise the character Bholi Punjaban from the 2013 film "Fukrey".
 

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