Pooja Hegde on theatres opening up: Some films need you to have an immersive experience | Bollywood

The actor, who turns 31 immediately, says that her birthday goes to be ‘a mix of spirituality and fun’; she additionally lets us in on her current household journey to Varanasi

Pooja Hegde, who’s presently taking pictures for her upcoming Tamil movie Beast In Chennai, has six different tasks within the pipeline. She would possibly have had her final launch one-and-a-half years in the past, however she has no qualms about it. Currently, she is wanting ahead to her films which might be slated for a big-screen launch, and is glad that multiplexes are lastly opening up in Maharashtra “with all Covid-19 protocols in place”.

She believes that the experience of watching a movie on the massive display screen is “magical” and elaborates, “The energy changes when there are so many people watching a film together, laughing at the same joke or crying to the same scene. There are some films that are made for a theatrical experience and need you to have an immersive experience.”

Hegde provides, “In the past one-and-a-half years, people have suffered due to the pandemic and have gone through a lot. I believe cinema has the power to make them forget their stress even if it means for two hours.”

Recently, the Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020) actor took trip of her busy schedule and joined her household for a visit to Varanasi the place she prayed for the success of her upcoming tasks. “As a family, we haven’t been able to take a family trip for a long time. Praying and getting to be a part of the culture of the people in Varanasi was beautiful. The maha aarti was beautiful,” she shares.

Hedge, who turns 31 immediately, says that her birthday goes to be a week-long celebration. “A couple of days back, a few of my fans came to meet me with a cake. I also celebrated my birthday with the team of Beast. Dussehra is really big in my house. We’ll have a havan to mark the occasion of Ashtami. My birthday is going to be a mix of spirituality and fun,” she ends.

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