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Ali Fazal has really upped his game: Richa Chadha is all praises for beau’s performance in Ray

Actress Richa Chadha says Ali Fazal has upped his acting game in Ray, which is available to stream on Netflix from Friday.

Jun 25, 2021
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Richa Chadha is proud of Ali Fazal for his exceptional performance in the recently released Netflix anthology series titled Ray, a dedication to the genius of the legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray. Praising her beau, Richa shared a poem for the actor along with a small clip from his latest venture. Ray is based on the short stories written by the acclaimed filmmaker Satyajit Ray. The anthology stars Manoj Bajpayee, Harshvarrdhan Kapoor, Kay Kay Menon alongside Ali Fazal in four different stories.

Taking to social media, Richa heaped praises for Ali Fazal in a poetic way. The poem, showcasing how proud she is of her boyfriend, mentioned some of his most loved on-screen characters, Guddu from Mirzapur and Abdul from Victoria and Abdul. In her caption, Richa Chadha wrote: "#Ray So proud of bae. You can see him next in RAY. Be it Guddu or Abdul. his range is beautiful. (This poem may be lame), but Ali Fazal has really upped his game."


Richa's Instagram post received comments from other Bollywood actors, who also appreciated Ali's work in the anthology. Among others, Neil Nitin Mukesh dropped a comment on the post and praised Ali Fazal. "He Looks Fab. And so does the film. All the best," Neil wrote in his comment. Actress Amyra Dastur also cheered for Fazal by commenting, "Yaaaaaaaasssss! Way to go jeejooooooo."

Ray is a four-part anthology series, with directors Srijit Mukherji, Vasan Bala and Abhishek Chaubey bringing the modern-day interpretation of Satyajit Ray stories. The anthology is available to stream on Netflix from June 25.

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