Aarushi Nishank spills the beans on the film Tarini | Perfect Woman News | Perfect Woman Magazine
Actor-producer Aarushi Nishank will soon be seen in a film called Tarini. A marine-wonder, the film is about the crew of an Indian Navy sailing vessel and their 254-day expedition.
“The all-women crew of the Indian Navy’s sailing vessel Tarini did not just charter a new course into history, but also conquered their own fears and learned to rise above petty issues to steer towards a common goal as a well-oiled team. The six members of Navika Sagar Parikrama, during their 254-day expedition, covered 22,000 nautical miles, facing rough seas, scorching sun, and biting cold and freezing winds with an unrelenting spirit,” she says.
She adds, “Talking about my role is yet to be a matter of discussion but I am working hard on my look as it demands being fit and athletic, so nowadays I spend most of my time in yoga sessions and in the Gym.”
Aarushi is also producing the film. Talking about what got her on board, she says, “I am a big supporter of Women’s Empowerment, “Tarini” is all about the strength and determination of 6 Naval officers and this historic expedition starts the craving in me to push myself more to present this subject in front of my audience. From the initial permission from the Defence ministry, to working on the story with Prasoon Joshi Ji and the team, I am an integral part of every single inch and bit of this film.”
The film will be shot in multiple locations and promises to be a scenic treat for the viewers. “As a producer, I have to see most of the content coming out. I try to watch as many films of different genres, Hollywood, Bollywood even Tollywood,” she says.
Meanwhile, she feels that cinema will soon regain it’s glory. “Due to Covid, we hardly stepped out of our houses. All of a sudden, there was a new rise in OTT and it changed the game of entertainment. From 2020, till today, we stick with our devices and when movies and shows can easily be available on OTT then no one wants to step out of their comfort zone. But yes, Pathan has changed the entire scenario, the audience was way too excited and crazy to see the first-day shows, even though I have watched them in the theatre, so yes Pathan has changed the fear to watch the movie in the theatre,” she says.
By Jyothi Venkatesh & Perfect Woman Magazine
Leave a Reply