Bhairavi Goswami, who has played the character of Suman Rao in this year's biggest hit Bheja Fry, is pretty excited and happy about things happening in her life. And she has reasons for it too.
Firstly, it is because of the huge success of this low budget movie Bheja Fry. And secondly, she is now associated with India's first children's silent movie My Daddy Strongest. "It is not only India's first, but also the world's first children's movie" rectifies Bhairavi.
Here, she is cast opposite Kumar Gaurav, son of Rajendra Kumar. This bubbly actress, who loves to talk, had a hard time shooting for the silent film. "I love to talk and it was like a punishment for me while shooting for the film," says Bhairavi.
The film was shot in London and the director of the film Rahul Kapoor had even asked Bhairavi to practice keeping silent for a few days before they started shooting. Bhairavi feels that working in a silent film is like loosing one of your senses.
Interestingly, Bhairavi has also decided to donate her eyes and body organs after her death. "I feel that after death, the soul departs and the body is left useless. I do not want my ashes to be thrown into the Ganga and pollute it further," said Bhairavi thoughtfully.
A noble thought indeed.
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