Mumbai, 15th October 2019. The versatile actress
who has proved her mettle as an actor not just in Bollywood and South film
industry but also Hollywood, will be seen playing an interesting character in
Made In China – which releases this Diwali.
For Amyra, Made In China will always be a special film as it
gave her the opportunity to share the screen space with one of her most
favourite actors, Boman Irani. The pretty belle bonded big time with her movie
costar on the sets of the movie.
“Boman sir was amazing to work with. We spoke to each
other in our Parsi Gujarati throughout the shoot. He reminded me of being
around family. He has got a great sense of humour and he got me addicted to a
game called “Quiz Up” that we’d play everytime we had a break. We spoke about
our fondness for Parsi food as well.”
“Boman Sir has an insane knowledge of films and even
his world general knowledge is brilliant. He cracks the best jokes and had the
best one liners in any conversation. I couldn’t imagine anyone else playing his
part. He’s a fantastic actor and I kept on observing his comic timing. He knows
when to pause before emphasising a dialogue and his expressions are priceless,”
Talking more about Boman, she informs,
“Boman’s Gujarati was the best on set and we’d all keep
going to him with our lines to pronounce the words correctly and get the
Talking about her character, Amyra says,
“My character is a modern Gujarati girl who assists
Boman’s character (he’s playing a sexologist) and is someone who looks over his
work, accounts, his entire life basically. She’s a strict, no-nonsense kind of
girl with great business ethics and marketing skills.”
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