The actress, who is also a writer and a child rights activist, plays Sugandha, Raja Ravi Varma's muse. The movie which is based on the life and times of the 19th century legendary painter Raja Ravi Varma played by Randeep Hooda, is all set to release on 7th November.
"It feels just like Diwali should - a new and auspicious beginning for our film, a burst of music, a celebration of lights, color and love" says Nandana who is actively involved in promoting the movie.
When asked about the various controversies that surround the movie especially for its nude and intimate scenes, Nandana says "Rang Rasiya focuses on art and freedom, not sex and nudity. It would be so ironic to censor myself in a film that criticizes censorship, wouldn't it?"
She further adds that Ketan Mehta is an extremely sensitive filmmaker and it was only after he reassured her that she finally overcame her apprehensions and said yes for the movie. The beautiful actress credits her hugely supportive family for always standing by the decisions she makes. "I took time to think it over and to discuss it with my family".
Clearing the air about reports that said she has started taking her marriage more seriously after playing Godesses Saraswati and Lakshmi, the Nandana quipped, "I have grown up worshipping both Goddesses, especially Saraswati who is our family deity. But I love being human, with all my flaws and follies!"
When asked whether the movie will be a box office success or not, the talented actress was confident that ‘Rang Rasiya' is a unique film with strong story, stunning visuals and great music, perfect ingredients for a mega blockbuster.
Nandana has various other projects in the pipeline. Her next Bengali movie is based on a Tagore story. Here's wishing the doe eyed beauty and the entire team of ‘Rang Rasiya' all the very best!
Presented by Jayantilal Gada (Pen), Rang Rasiya is directed by Ketan Mehta, produced by Deepa Sahi and Aanand Mahendroo.