Hema Malini, an actor, dancer, and politician, thinks that OTT has a wider audience, and she could be interested in turning the dance performance into a television series.
To commemorate the glory of our Motherland as “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav” in the 75th year of Indian Independence, Hema Malini was interacting with the media during the premiere of the dance ballet “Ganga,” where the Maharashtra government has launched a massive initiative to clean and revitalise all of the state’s 75 rivers.
When asked if she’d be interested in taking the dance performance narrative on OTT to reach a wider audience, Hema Malini said, “OTT Is good. A lot of actors are working, a lot of big actors are working on OTT projects, so it is good. Even if I get a good role, I would also like to be part of the OTT world. I don’t have any preferences about working with someone in particular. The subject should be good. I could even think about doing Ganga for OTT, as the story is very long and needs to reach a wider audience.”
Hema Malini’s daughter Esha Deol is returning to OTT with the Hunter series, which also stars Suniel Shetty.
When asked about Esha Deol and her forthcoming series Hunter, Hema Malini also shared some spoilers. She said, “Esha Deol has a double role in the series, she would often tell me about the filming and story, and I would also take a lot of interest in it. I am so happy for Esha. This is her second project released on OTT. She looks very beautiful and nice. I am so happy for her.”
Adding to her performance, Hema said, “Ganga gives a beautiful message to the people of our country, the river Ganga comes from the heavens, so it is a Dev Nandi, and this river for everyone, and it is over duty to keep it clean. So this is the message, and this is not only for Ganga, it is for all the rivers across our nation, we must keep them clean, keep our environment clean and serene, and this is under our Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s initiative, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.”
In Mumbai on Sunday, Hema Malini wowed the crowd with a ballet inspired by the Ganges. During her freestyle dancing performance at the NCPA ground, which also included a few aerial tricks, Hema transformed into Ganga.
Source: News Desk