Manisha Koirala is one of the established actors in Bollywood. She was born and brought up in a politically prominent family of Nepal, and is also the granddaughter of a former Prime Minister of Nepal. After being diagnosed with cancer, she has been taking her time to pick up scripts and sign new projects. She was last seen in a Netflix film Maska. Read on to know more about what Koirala has to say about her Netflix debut:
Manisha Koirala was recently seen in an interview with a leading entertainment portal where she talked about her OTT debut film Maska. Koirala said that the least she liked about her character is the fact that she had to abuse a lot. It was really difficult for her to do it. According to reports, she had also said that she is playing an eccentric Parsi woman, in the film, whose son has gone off-track in his life. She is trying to preserve the roots and heritage of the Parsi culture.
Her character wants to preserve her Irani Café and restaurants as she wants to carry on her husband’s legacy. In the film, she is depicted as an extremely passionate woman, who cares deeply about her own family and her own culture. She is also very protective of her family, especially her own son, Rumi. She wants him to perform his duties by carrying the family’s legacy ahead.
For the unversed, Maska is a 2020 drama flick. The title ‘Maska’ comes from the maska used in Irani restaurants, a key symbol in the story. It features Javed Jaffrey, Nikita Dutta, Shirley Setia, and Prit Kamani in the lead, along with Koirala. It was released on Netflix on March 27, 2020.