After leaving her mark in Bollywood with films like Garam Masala, Traffic Signal, One Two Three, Oye Lucky!
Nitu Chandra is slowly but steadily carving her niche as a producer.
ETimes sat down with the actress for an exclusive conversation where she spoke about her plans to set up an all-women’s team.
Making her space in a male-dominated field, actresses she admires and more.
Apart from carving my niche as an actor, I have been quite a successful producer as well.
It has three languages which are very prominent and are the mother tongue of my state.
That has more than 12 crore people and more than 250 million people globally.
I personally feel that there's a need to hold on to these dying languages because nobody talks in these languages anymore.
Once the language dies, the whole society, culture, music everything dies.
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