Bollywood actress Richa Chadda was born to a Punjabi father and a Bihari mother in Amritsar and was brought up in Delhi. Chadda, before entering the industry completed her schooling from Sardar Patel Vidyalaya and later did diploma in Social Communication Media from Sophia College in Mumbai. The actress did an internship with a popular fashion magazine for Men before her debut in Cinema.
Actress Richa Chadda got recognition after playing the role of ‘Nagma Khatoon’ in Gangs of Wasseypur which earned her a Filmfare Award. There are some unique habits about her which make her stand out.
Chadda has one unique habit of always applying a perfume while the shooting of any film which will particularly go along with the role she is playing. During the shooting of Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur the ‘Oye Lucky Lucky Oye’ actress used to wear an earthy ittar which was drawn from jasmine flowers. While shooting for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Ram Leela’ she used a perfume called ‘Music’. This movie gave her lots of fame because of her acting which connected with audiences. Similarly while shooting for ‘Fukrey’ she used a perfume called ‘Provocative Women’, and for ‘Cabaret’ wherein she essayed the role of a dancer, she applied ‘Verveine’ by L’Occitane.
Very few people know that the ‘Masaan’ had been the youngest selected jury member of the ‘ 15th Marrakech International Film Festival’ where she represented the country. The ‘Sarabjit’ actress shared her platform with the Oscar Winning Hollywood filmmaker ‘Francis Ford Coppola’ director of the movie ‘GODFATHER’. This was an achievement in itself for her in 2015 as she was the youngest jury member from India for the prestigious International Film Festival which had names like ‘Sharmila Tagore’, ‘Anurag Kashyap’ and many more.
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