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Kirti Kulhari ‘little frustrated’ over delay in Four More Shots Please 3 shooting

Kirti Kulhari and the other cast and crew of Four More Shots Please are waiting for the third season to go on floors.

Shaheen
Jun 27, 2021
 
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Kirti Kulhari.

Like many other actors, Kirti Kulhari has become the queen of OTTs. She has had some back-to-back OTT releases, in both movies and shows.

Her film Shaadisthan, which was initially slated for a theatrical release, released on Disney+Hotstar recently. Apart from that, the actress is also a part of the uber-popular Amazon Prime Video web series called Four More Shots Please.

The second season of Four More Shots Please was released in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It promised a fruitful season three, however the shooting for the same has not even begun yet.

When OTTplay got in touch with the actor, she expressed her disappointment over the same. We asked her if she was excited for the new season but the actress said she is rather 'a little frustrated.’

She explained, “We have been trying to shoot since last year. It got postponed and it’s a little frustrating.”

“The excitement that I had last year has dipped now but we have to move on. I’m sure I’ll catch onto people’s energies and see what we have to do,” the actress added.

Kirti Kulhari was also a part of Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors in 2020. She later featured in Parineeti Chopra starrer The Girl On The Train, which released on Netflix in 2021.

The actress, while talking to OTTplay, also expressed her desire to work in a standalone film for her role of Sasha in Shaadisthan. “In a 90-minute film, you do end up not showing enough of the character’s graph. I think she deserves a standalone film. I would’ve liked to see a lot more of her in terms of who she is,” she stated.

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