Mumbai: Veteran stage and movie actor Lillete Dubey says her work in theatre, spanning over 4 a long time, has been much more rewarding than the collective expertise of her credit on TV, in cinema and the digital area. The 67-year-old actor, who began her movie profession within the late ’90s, garnered approval for her performances in movies like “Zubeida”, Mira Nair’s “Monsoon Wedding”, “Kal Ho Na Ho”, and British comedy-drama “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and its sequel.
In the theatre neighborhood, Dubey is understood for performs like “Dance Like A Man”, “Adhe Adhure” and “Gauhar”, which she directed beneath her banner, The Primetime Theatre Company. While her work on display has been appreciated, the actor stated, she doesn’t really feel the medium has given her alternatives to play wide-ranging characters. “I don’t want to sound immodest, but I don’t think cinema, TV or web has even challenged me or made me do a gamut of work that theatre has. I get embarrassed when people have nice things to say about the work I’ve done for the screen,” she informed .