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Bhavana’s first double role has her playing twin sisters in the Kannada thriller, Pink Note

The actress says that she took up the film because of the strength in the script and that it is a female-oriented subject.

  • OTTplay Team

Last Updated: 04.55 AM, May 14, 2022

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Bhavana’s first double role has her playing twin sisters in the Kannada thriller, Pink Note
Bhavana will next be seen in Pink Note

Bhavana, who was last seen in Kannada cinema in the Shivarajkumar-starrer Bhajarangi 2, has signed up for her next. Called Pink Note, the film directed by Rudresh GN, went on floors earlier this week. Speaking to the media at the muhurtha, Bhavana said, “I took up Pink Note because I really liked the story. It’s a tale of two sisters – twins – and has elements of drama, suspense, etc. Rudresh’s script is strong and female-oriented, which is what appealed to me. The makers have called it Pink Note in keeping with the general perception that pink is for girls and blue for boys. This being a tale of two sisters, they went with Pink Note, which, I think, is cute and works for the subject.”

When asked about doing her first female oriented film in Kannada, the actress reiterated that this was not why she agreed to be a part of it. “For me, it doesn’t matter whether it is a regular commercial movie, an arthouse subject or a female-oriented story, as long as I like the narration and what I have to offer in the film, I will take it up,” she added.

The actress, however, disagreed with the media when it was pointed out that female-centric films do not have much of a market. “See, in Malayalam, a lot of female-oriented films are being made and to great success, so, I think it all boils down to whether the script is good and if audiences are hooked to the narrative. If that happens, I think it will be okay,” she states.

The makers have said that the film, which will have music by Jassie Gift, is based on some true incidents and while the title has been designed with the pink of the Rs 2,000 currency, they reiterate that it has nothing to do with demonetization.

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