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"I Was Nervous To Perform Bold Scenes in 'Gandi Baat 4' Intially" - Taniya Chatterjee

We asked her about the intimate scenes in the show and if they were a concern to her and how did she prepare for the same.

2020-01-05T11:40:00Z

Alt Balaji's Gandi Baat 4 is just a few days away from coming on the application soon and just like every time the wait and excitement to the show is immense. Even though the show has majorly been in talks for the bold scenes that it showcases, it is also appreciated for the need of those scenes and what the individual stories want to convey.

Recently, we reported about how actor Taniya Chatterjee is all set to make her Hindi debut with Gandi Baat 4, where she talked about her journey to coming to Mumbai and bagging a role in the web show.

We also asked her about the intimate scenes in the show and if they were a concern to her and how did she prepare for the same. Chatterjee said, "I was initially nervous while auditioning for the role. I was aware that there would intimate scenes. However, that was more about me thinking about how I am going to perform them and how I will do justice to my character in doing those scenes. But, while I was auditioning, Miss Neha, the Creative Head made me understand my character extremely well and I was immediately made comfortable about the same. When I had to perform the scene on the day of shooting, I admit I was scared but my director, Sachin Sir not only made me understand the credentials of the same but got me extremely relaxed. The way he explained things to me made things easy and soon I felt no pressure. He also made sure the general atmosphere on the set was jovial where he would constantly make me and the other co-actors laugh.

And in the end of things, bold scene or not, it is my job as an actor to do justice to my character and I focused on that."

We certainly appreciate Chatterjee's approach to the same and cannot wait to see her in the show soon.

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