GLOSS Volume 1, Issue 5 - 2018 - Page 52

E X C L U S I V E In Conversation With The T E A M In Dubai Photography And Interview By Emaan Khan As it was not your first film experience, how was working on Rangreza different from your other projects? Urwa Hocane: Each character is different and has its own life. My character in Rangreza is called Reshmi, and how I look at her is that she is a beautiful girl at heart. She understands music very differently; this is important as music connected all of us in the film. It is evident in the movie that Reshmi has strong family values which she holds onto regardless of what goes on in her life. My experience was great. We shot this film for a year and a half, and we all shared amazing moments. In fact, I would say we spent almost two years toget W"FFrFR&F2267BvRFWfVVB&BBƖRWfW'6WBfR&VVFW&PvW&R6Rw&VBV&W2FBv6W&6f&WfW"FB&RW6W6fRFגWW&V6Rv&r&w&WS