After Manto, Rasika Dugal to play a widowed in Hamid | Memsaab.com

The film shot in places like Srinagar and Baramula in Kashmir, deals and tells the plight of the current scenario of the Valley and its impact on the masses who hold out in the location.

Actress Rasika Dugal, 32, who features as Safia Manto in Manto, has taken on another challenging role in a movie titled Hamid.

Actress Rasika Dugal, 32, who features as Safia Manto in Manto, has taken on another challenging role in a movie titled Hamid.
In This Image: Rasika Dugal
She is going to play a widowed mother in the film, set in the backdrop of Kashmir. Hamid is backed by Saregama’s new production arm Yoodlee Films. Being directed by Aijaz Khan, it is a heartwarming tale of a relationship between a widowed mother and a young son who loses his father in the unrest set in the backdrop of Kashmir.
 

The film shot in places like Srinagar and Baramula in Kashmir, deals and tells the plight of the current scenario of the Valley and its impact on the people who live there.

The film shot in places like Srinagar and Baramula in Kashmir, deals and tells the plight of the current scenario of the Valley and its impact on the people who live there.
In This Image: Rasika Dugal
Talking about the same, Rasika said in a statement: “What really appealed to me about the film was how it has shown the human side to the current plight and given the snapshot into the scenario using a very personal story instead of making it political. Aijaz has been in discussion to work with me for a long time and finally when this script came to me, I was glad to work on it.”

She says she prepared herself well for the role.

She says she prepared herself well for the role.
In This Image: Rasika Dugal
“I watched a lot of videos to prep myself. There was a lot of video material to understand the situation from a different perspective. I came across the work of this lady by the name of Parveena Ahangar, who runs an organisation which helps Kashmiris find missing people.

She herself lost her 17-year-son who was picked up by militants in the middle of the night.

She herself lost her 17-year-son who was picked up by militants in the middle of the night.
In This Image: Rasika Dugal
“I also stumbled upon this documentary by Iffat Fatima, which really gave me a very deep insight into the plight of the people of Kashmir”