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Sangeita Chauhaan

Sangeita Chauhaan Debuts with Luv You Alia.

Sangeita Chauhaan debuted with the Kannada movie Luv You Alia. The movie was released with Hindi dubbing last week and we at A Journalist Reveals decided to have a small chit chat with her. Excerpts from the interview:

Where were you born? Tell us something about your childhood.

I was born in Gujarat – Vapi. I am personally a shy and introvert person. In school, I was not a bright student at all, always wanted to be an actor, always participated in school drama and dance competition.

Full educational qualifications.

I am a B. Com graduate. Post that I immediately enrolled myself for Miss India Gujarat Contest.

Training in acting?

Yes, I have done workshops with Niraj Kabi.

Sangeita Chauhaan
Sangeita Chauhaan

What did your parents say when you told them that you are going to make a career out of acting on Bollywood, since the field is highly unreliable?

Well, my Mom was pretty supportive. My dad was very reluctant as we belong to a Rajput family. I have always been a rebel and managed my way out.

Tell us something about your debut movie – Luv You Alia.

Well, it is a youth-oriented film. I was super happy as I got the opportunity to work with Bhumika Chawla. This movie was definitely a life-changing experience for me.

I was shooting for Sharp Shooter– my Kannada film when I got a call from and the director and was asked to shoot in 10 days, it was all so quick. I got signed on in the 2nd meeting

What are the problems faced by newcomers today?

Hmm, I don’t think any problems as such. Things have changed now, there is more media awareness. Language sometimes is a barrier, but senior actors are very helpful. They make you feel comfortable. I haven’t faced any such problems.

Does casting couch exist?

I’ve been lucky. I haven’t faced it so I think it does not exist.

What do you see 10 years hence?

I see myself concentrating on my acting, trying to learn new things every day. You want people to know you as a good actor. I can see myself as an established actor.

What do you do when not facing the camera?

I chill, relax, attend auditions and meetings and work towards getting more work when I’m not facing the camera. I love to travel. I’m a big foodie so I like to try different cuisines, love to explore new things, I love to cook and read books.

What are your current projects?

I just completed shooting for a short film last month. The working title is It’s complicated directed by Heena D’Souza.

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