Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
She’s like a delightful elf, a wisp of fresh air, youthful, light-hearted and effortlessly chic. The face of alternate cinema and an agreeable player in mainstream blockbusters, Kalki Koechlin is malleable and experimental, making her the perfect muse for Verve’s art issue. Verve explores the creative inspirations that define her personality and talent
‘How old are you?’ Abhay Deol’s Dev disdainfully asks Kalki Koechlin’s Chanda in Dev D. ‘Old enough to go to bed with you, darling,’ she shoots back in a clipped accent, stumping him with her saucy repartee. Imbuing the role of a teen commercial sex worker with a rare spark and dignity in Anurag Kashyap’s wildly original adaptation of Devdas, Kalki was unforgettable in her debut film. Two years later, as the sexy actress readies for the release of her new films, That Girl in Yellow Boots and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Verve decodes the K effect
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