I’ve carved out a niche on my own: Divya Dutta

Mumbai, Aug 8 (IANS) Actress Divya Dutta says she has carved out a niche in the Hindi film industry on her own.

“When I see myself in the mirror, I do realise that I have come a long way… (It has) been a long journey, but a very good one. I have carved my niche on my own and I love to look at that face in the mirror,” Divya said while promoting her upcoming film “Chehere”.

“The dream I was chasing…I wanted to become something and now that I have reached there, it is an incredible feeling,” she added.

“Chehere”, which is written and directed by Rohit Kaushik, is a psychological thriller set in the past.

The film stars Manisha Koirala, Jackie Shroff and Gulshan Grover.

“I started out with Manisha Koirala in ‘Agni Sakshi’…Makers were looking for lookalike of Manisha, so I was selected as her sister’s role. And after such a long gap, we sisters are back together again, but this time both the sisters are competing.

“There is jealousy and rivalry between both and plenty of drama. It is a murder mystery, so the entire story revolves around them,” she said.

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