Venezuelan actor, Prakriti Maduro was recently in India for the premiere of her film 'Tamara' at the 2016 International Film Festival of India, in Goa.
She bumped into Bhargavi at the festival and having known Bhargavi's work from Los Angeles, she wanted to work with her while in India.
Radio Rani provided the wardrobe. Bhargavi wanted unique and bold sarees that stayed true to its traditional form but at the same time represented a more relevant time. Radio Rani's sarees are lively, bold and just what she was looking for. Prakriti wanted to show her fans in Venezuela how colorful and culturally rich India is, and these sarees beautifully represented that.
The very talented Farah Tauro, Niki Goenka and Kanchan Zutshi came aboard as stylist, make-up artist and hair stylist.
Hola Magazine (Hello Magazine) Venezuela, loved the photographs and published them for their March 2017 issue which included the Cover.
A little more about Prakriti...
Prakriti was born in Venezuela to a mother who loves India and gave her her Indian name.
In cinema, her most prominent work to date has been her starring role on Habana Eva,a Cuban-Venezuelan co- production directed by the laureate Fina Torres, in which Prakriti portrayed a brave and lovely Cuban woman named Eva, who falls in love with two men at the same time. Her acting has been critically acclaimed and her Cuban accent had native Cubans impressed. Habana Eva has won more than 15 international awards.
She also acted in Venezuelan films such as Tres Bellezas, Reverón, Elipsis, El Silbón, Entintada. In the Uruguayan short film Tuya, in the Argentinean feature film La Punta del Diablo, next to Manuel Callau and Maria Onetto, also in the Mexican- Bolivian feature film Carga Sellada, with the Mexican actor Gustavo Sánchez Parra, which was completely filmed in Bolivia, and the Puerto Rican movie Extraterrestres with Sunshine Logroño.
She played a prominent role in the biopic Tamara, directed by Elia Schneider. Prakriti just finished production of La Noche de Las Dos Lunas directed by Goya Award winner Miguel Ferrari, in which she plays the lead role. In 2017 she will play the lead in Marcel Rasquin’s second feature Dogs in Antarctica.
Her versatility, charm and strength as a lead actress is undeniably proven with her energetic and emotional monologue as the famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, her performance was acclaimed by audiences and critics alike, with more than seventy presentations all of those with full house, and standing ovations every night, in Caracas, Valencia and Miami and soon in Los Angeles.
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