Mallika Sherawat, who performed a personality modelled on US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris in Politics Of Love, revealed particulars of their assembly throughout the prep of the 2011 Hollywood movie. Mallika mentioned that Kamala not just gave her ‘great advice’ but additionally made her really feel comfy at a time when she felt ‘like a fish out of water’.
Kamala, former lawyer normal of California and present senator from the state, created historical past on Saturday to develop into the primary lady and individual of color to be elected to the place of Vice President. In her first speech as Vice President-elect, she mentioned, “While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last.”
In an interview with The Times of India, Mallika mentioned that Kamala ‘gives hope and a voice to the voiceless’. Mallika revealed the recommendation Kamala had given her whereas she was prepping for Politics Of Love: “She was extremely helpful when I met her while prepping for Politics of Love. I played a Democrat volunteer who’s half-Indian, half-African-American in the film. I remember she gave me great advice. She had told me to try to keep the character balanced, and the film to represent both sides – the Democrats and the Republicans.”
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Mallika, who made her Hollywood debut with Politics Of Love, also revealed that Kamala helped her really feel comfy within the US. “I was feeling like a fish out of water in Los Angeles at that time. It was a different country and culture, but Kamala put me at ease. I remember her telling me, ‘Getting out of your comfort zone is good to build character, it will make you a stronger person’,” she mentioned.
After the US elections, a 2009 tweet of Mallika’s about assembly Kamala goes viral once more. “Having fun at a fancy event with a woman who they say could be US President, Kamala Harris. Chicks rule!,” she had written within the tweet. In a Facebook submit from 2010, she had written, “With Kamala Harris, attornry general of San Francisco. I was inspired by her for my role in Politics of Love…”
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