`Help` will bring out the actress in me: Mugdha Godse
Mumbai: Mugdha Godse is psyched about her upcoming film `Help` where she plays a woman possessed by a demon and the former model says that the role will establish her credentials as an actress.
Mugdha, who debuted in Bollywood with Madhur Bhandarkar`s hit `Fashion`, said that the audience will see "many Mughdas" in the film.
"There would be a lot of shades that would be seen in my character. In a single film, there would be different Mugdhas that the audience would get to see," the actress told reporters.
The 28-year-old plays Bobby Deol`s wife in `Help` which follows a married couple through a series of bizarre incidents that wrecks their relationship.
The film directed by Rajeev Virani, brings together "science and fiction", says Mugdha who is sure that the film will shock and scare the audience.
"My character does get possessed in the film. Also, there are lot of other things that happen to my body. While `Help` stays true to science and reality, there is also an element of fiction," said the actress who is three-films-old in Bollywood.
If Mugdha plays a central character in the film, where does that leave the lead hero Bobby Deol?
"Of course both Bobby and I are in parallel roles. He definitely has a major part to play. If one character is possessed then another has to do something to help her out. Even though our characters are shown to be going through problems, the incidents only bring us closer," said the actress.
She is confident about the prospects of `Help` which, she says has been shot uniquely by Virani.
"Most of the horror films are a little slow because the director wants to build up the suspense with sound, camerawork and some spooky frames. On the other hand ours is a fast paced film. This is something unique because normally, we don`t see a pacy horror film," said Mugdha.
Meanwhile Madhur Bhandarkar, who launched her in Bollywood is currently casting for `Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji`. When asked whether she has been approached for the film, Mugdha replies in the negative.
"Whatever information that I have about Madhur`s next film is only through newspapers. Though I don`t have any qualms reaching out to filmmakers, I know that I don`t have to do that when it comes to people I have already worked. They realize my potential and if they feel that I suit a particular role, they will in any case reach out to me. I would always be ready for them," said the actress.