Prateek Chauhan. Raipur. I consider stardom as four days of moonlight. You should always be grateful to those who have helped you get stardom, not be proud. This is what Chhattisgarhi actress Anikriti Chowhan has to say. Anikriti Chowhan says that the one who brought me into films is the late actor Ashish Shendre. I will be grateful to him throughout my life. Anikrti’s film “Noni Ke Anhoni” is being released on 24th November. They are quite excited about this, let us tell you that Anikriti Chowhan has more than 8.9 M followers on Facebook.
She says that after doing more than 300 religious albums, I made my debut in 2015 with Hum Baraati.
She says everyone has their own struggle, mine too. I have inherited art. My mother was interested in singing. Uncle used to do video album editing. I studied and grew up in such an environment. There was no smart phone at my time. Whatever I learned by watching TV. Be it dance or acting. Before the film, I had done more than 300 albums. I had got silver screen recognition from Prem Suman. I played the role of a schoolgirl. Giving autographs to school children in school dress has been a memorable moment.
“Noni Ke Anhoni” is different
Anikriti Chowhan says that I enjoyed this film a lot. Its concept itself is fun. There is a touch of comedy along with romance. When producer Homan Deshmukh narrated the story to me, I became very excited. The entire team enjoyed the shoot a lot. We didn’t even know when the film was shot.