Mumbai: TV actress Antara Banerjee, who did a cameo in "The Shaukeens" is making her full-fledged Bollywood debut with the patriotic drama "Yeh Hai India".
"As an actor, when you work on a character, you don't think about anything else. You just think of yourself as the character and that's it. I am very honest as an actor and thus believe in giving full justice to my role on screen," said Antara, who essays the character of a passionate journalist in the film, to a query on the challenges of the role.
About her working experience, she said, "The sheer experience of working with director Lom Harsh, my producer and other senior members in the team, was extremely wonderful. My most fond memory is not the day when I got my first role as an actor or my first film but all those experiences while working with the cast of 'Yeh Hai India'. I am really proud of my decision. I am proud to be a part of this patriotic project."
Antara is paired opposite "Bigg Boss 2" and "Roadies 5" winner Ashutosh Kaushik in the film. Previously, she has featured in popular programmes on television such as "Gumrah" and "Savdhan India" as well as numerous other commercials.
The first schedule of the "Yeh Hai India", an intense drama highlighting the achievements of India by portraying the real picture of the country, in Jaipur concluded in June.
"Yeh Hai India" will be jointly directed by G.K Yogesh and Lom Harsh and produced by Sandeep Choudhary under the banner of DLB Films Pvt. Ltd.