Raazi is approximately an Indian lady married to a family of high-ranking officers in Pakistan. Amruta Khanvilkar performs Alia Bhatt’s sister in law in the film.
Raazi is aimed by Meghna Gulzar.
Amruta Khanvilkar, who may have featured in a mix of Marathi and Hindi movies, says the success of her latest task Raazi has opened up a whole lot of opportunities for her.
In Raazi, a spy thriller, Amruta performs sister-in-law to the lead identity essayed by Alia Bhatt. She’s also came out in the net series Damaged. “I think Raazi has exposed a door for me personally to explore different mediums. As an actor, I want to work everywhere you go and words and medium shouldn’t be a barrier. We shot the web series actually 15 calendar months ago but before the web show runs online, ‘Raazi’ released which has changed lots of things,” said Amruta.
“I have already been working in the industry for quite some time, but I think now all the right things are going on in the right manner. I’ve gained a degree of visibility among the nationwide audience. I am happy.”
She feels that while Raazi got a give attention to Alia’s role, “everyone’s character types were well-written therefore all the accommodating cast members got equal awareness and importance”.
Sharing an understanding of her identity in Hungama Play’s Broken, she said, “I am participating in a serial killer and you’ll become familiar with that with the 10 minutes of the first event. The storyline unfolds how and just why she becomes like that… So there is a strong back story that packages the trip of the character. I came across this role really challenging to execute. I am participating in a woman who is bold, seductive, who allures men and calls for their money… play a brain game and wipe out. Yes, all things negative, but also for grounds.”
Asked if she is more enthusiastic about Bollywood films alternatively than regional theatre, she said, “I do not want to limit myself. If tomorrow I am offered an international film, I am going to do this. I see no reason to state no to any good role.”