Actor Tisca Chopra has had a good run in the industry with the kind of quality work she has done in all forms of cinema, and now she ventured into another form of creative storytelling process with her short film Rubaru. The actor has turned a director with this close-to-20-minutes film which is available on YouTube.Also Read - The Pankaj Tripathi Interview - Honest, Candid, And Truly Inspiring | Exclusive

Tisca also stars in this short film in the role of an actor who’s dealing with her fading fame, the fear of losing her identity, and at the same time enduring the pain of a constant fight with her own self. An effortless actor that she is, Tisca dons Radha Malhotra to perfection in the film and brings out a very important conversation about an actor’s mental health. The character poses many questions for the viewers and also asks them to be sensitive about a person’s mental wellbeing. Here, Tisca talks about her debut directorial and digs deeper into the big issue. Also Read - Vidya Balan: I am a Feminist Work-in-Progress | Exclusive Interview

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