Rasika Dugal on why she is sceptical about particular appearances

Rasika Dugal on why she is sceptical about special appearances

Rasika Dugal on why she is skeptical about particular appearances

Rasika Dugal has a particular look within the new sci-fi comedy net collection “OK Computer”, and the actress admits she was initially sceptical to come back on board the present! “I have a special appearance in the show. I appear very briefly though the character is connected to the story in a big way. I was initially sceptical because special appearances are common in the West but not so common in the Indian scenario, and people tend to consider it as a small role,” Rasika instructed IANS.

Throwing gentle on the internet collection, she added: “It examines what technology is doing to us and how we respond to it and what the future of something like Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be. It is already an integral part of our lives. In a sense, I feel the series is way ahead of its time.”

How tech savvy Rasika is in actual life? The actress bursts into laughter. “I am an extremely tech-unsavvy person. Lockdown has been very hard for me. I’ve finally learnt how to do a zoom call without technical glitches and now I’m a proud owner of a web camera, a laptop, a ring light and earpods — none of these I had before lockdown. Now I know how to connect a web cam to a laptop and how to switch on a ring light!” she replied.

On a lighter observe, the actress added: “I don’t know what energy vibe I give to electronic equipment because they tend to collapse in front of me. I feel something is wrong!”

The collection stars Vijay Varma and Radhika Apte, and has veteran Jackie Shroff in an attention-grabbing function, however Rasika regrets not with the ability to share the display screen with him.

“I’ve been a huge fan for many years and have grown up watching him in different kinds of films. I just bumped into him a couple of times during the dubbing and promotions. I hope there will be another season and I get an opportunity to work with him,” she stated.

Directed by Pooja Shetty and Neil Pagedar, “Ok Computer” streams on Disney+ Hotstar.


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