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Richa Chadha says podcasts are a popular medium to explore creativity

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Mumbai | Tuesday, 2021 8:15:08 PM IST
Bollywood actress Richa Chadha has been getting several podcast offers after the success of 'Virus 2062'. She says it is a popular medium to explore her creativity and that it is only set to grow in the Indian market.

Speaking on this, Richa says, "I am an artiste always on the lookout for newer mediums to explore myself. When 'Virus 2062' happened for me, I went in with the mindset of an explorer."

Richa explained as to why she was "tempted" to do it.

"I was tempted because I could get a chance to team up with Ali, but mostly audio dramas excite me. We have been brainstorming since then maybe to do something that we create. Right now, I am working on another one with a new team, which is a crime thriller. Podcasts are only set to grow in the Indian market over the next decade," she said.

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2021-11-30-14:26:03 (IANS)

 
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