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`Jalsa` director Suresh Triveni talks about Vidhatri Bandi, Surya Kasibhatla

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Amazon Original `Jalsa` has been gaining rave reviews from the audience. ‘Jalsa’ also brought along three star performers— Vidhatri Bandi, Surya Kasibhatla, and Shafeen Patel who made an impression on the audience, globally. 

`Jalsa` is said to be well served by its actors where Vidya as Maya played the role of a top journalist whereas Shefali as Rukhsana, was seen in the role of Maya`s cook in this drama thriller. Moreover, the intensity of the film was upheld with the presence of Vidhatri Bandi, Surya Kasibhatla, and Shafeen Patel— adding their nuanced performances for the audiences where we can only say— what a treasure find by Suresh! 

“Jalsa” features a role of a child with cerebral palsy played by an actor with the same disability. Surya Kasibhatla, a 14-year-old boy of Indian origin from Texas, with Cerebral palsy, played the role of Ayush, who is the son of Maya and has established his character like no one else. Vidhatri Bandi is an actress who has acted in a few projects earlier, is seen playing the role of Rohini, a trainee reporter who has also nailed her character, and then Shafeen Patel, who has also made his presence in several films, played Sharad, Ruksana`s son has also made his performance ‘not-to-be missed’ in the film.

Speaking about the three, director Suresh Triveni shares, “First, I am extremely elated when my actors and technician… everyone gets a due. Regarding these three pure souls, Vidhatri Bandi, Surya Kasibhatla, and Shafeen Patel— what happens in a narrative while there are captains who head the narrative, especially when it comes to a cast… there are two top-line actors who head this particular cast but apart from that, the story needs to move ahead and wherever the narrative slightly gets weak, it’s the actors who steer the path ahead. For me, Vidhatri has been someone who was not in the top of my preferences initially but suddenly one day I saw her audition, and bang on, she works for me! Because as a Rookie trainee she really filled in the part. She has done justice to her role. So, I am expecting a lot from her in the future because she is someone who is definitely a revelation. Regarding Surya, a lot of conversation has already happened. It was never thought like we need to make an inclusive film, it was an obvious choice. I have known someone very closely who has this condition of Cerebral palsy so for me, it was not something that was forced into the narrative it just cames naturally.”

He adds, “Regarding Shafeen, what a delight he has been. He is someone whom I call an old soul in a young body. He was meant to be an observer in the narrative and I guess, all he has is some 5 to 6 dialogues, but then the way he understands the scenes, it`s no less than any senior actor. He is someone who is observant. I remember a day when he was just looking at Vidya and Shefali performing and he was amazed that how they can bring tears in their eyes so naturally and he asked me saying, “how to do this?” and then asked him, will you do it for my shot and he said, Yes! So he plays for me the observer… he is someone who is constantly acting as a conscious on either side.  And I am extremely happy he is such a natural boy. He doesn`t have any acting background. He has done one beautiful film before this. All said and done, the chemistry between these two boys. I have never worked with kids like that. It can be a challenge but I think these two kids along with Vidhatri have been an absolute delight and revelation.”



Amazon Original `Jalsa` has been gaining rave reviews from the audience. ‘Jalsa’ also brought along three star performers— Vidhatri Bandi, Surya Kasibhatla, and Shafeen Patel who made an impression on the audience, globally. 

`Jalsa` is said to be well served by its actors where Vidya as Maya played the role of a top journalist whereas Shefali as Rukhsana, was seen in the role of Maya`s cook in this drama thriller. Moreover, the intensity of the film was upheld with the presence of Vidhatri Bandi, Surya Kasibhatla, and Shafeen Patel— adding their nuanced performances for the audiences where we can only say— what a treasure find by Suresh! 

“Jalsa” features a role of a child with cerebral palsy played by an actor with the same disability. Surya Kasibhatla, a 14-year-old boy of Indian origin from Texas, with Cerebral palsy, played the role of Ayush, who is the son of Maya and has established his character like no one else. Vidhatri Bandi is an actress who has acted in a few projects earlier, is seen playing the role of Rohini, a trainee reporter who has also nailed her character, and then Shafeen Patel, who has also made his presence in several films, played Sharad, Ruksana`s son has also made his performance ‘not-to-be missed’ in the film.

Speaking about the three, director Suresh Triveni shares, “First, I am extremely elated when my actors and technician… everyone gets a due. Regarding these three pure souls, Vidhatri Bandi, Surya Kasibhatla, and Shafeen Patel— what happens in a narrative while there are captains who head the narrative, especially when it comes to a cast… there are two top-line actors who head this particular cast but apart from that, the story needs to move ahead and wherever the narrative slightly gets weak, it’s the actors who steer the path ahead. For me, Vidhatri has been someone who was not in the top of my preferences initially but suddenly one day I saw her audition, and bang on, she works for me! Because as a Rookie trainee she really filled in the part. She has done justice to her role. So, I am expecting a lot from her in the future because she is someone who is definitely a revelation. Regarding Surya, a lot of conversation has already happened. It was never thought like we need to make an inclusive film, it was an obvious choice. I have known someone very closely who has this condition of Cerebral palsy so for me, it was not something that was forced into the narrative it just cames naturally.”

He adds, “Regarding Shafeen, what a delight he has been. He is someone whom I call an old soul in a young body. He was meant to be an observer in the narrative and I guess, all he has is some 5 to 6 dialogues, but then the way he understands the scenes, it`s no less than any senior actor. He is someone who is observant. I remember a day when he was just looking at Vidya and Shefali performing and he was amazed that how they can bring tears in their eyes so naturally and he asked me saying, “how to do this?” and then asked him, will you do it for my shot and he said, Yes! So he plays for me the observer… he is someone who is constantly acting as a conscious on either side.  And I am extremely happy he is such a natural boy. He doesn`t have any acting background. He has done one beautiful film before this. All said and done, the chemistry between these two boys. I have never worked with kids like that. It can be a challenge but I think these two kids along with Vidhatri have been an absolute delight and revelation.”

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