Set in a Gujarati milieu, Mitron also features Jackky Bhagnani, and is a slice-of-life film directed by Nitin Kakkar of Filmistaan fame. It is a remake of the Telugu film Pelli Choopulu.
Is Mitron the kind of launchpad Kritika hoped for?
"Can I be honest? I have been close to making a debut a few times in the past now. I had signed things, we had almost gone on floors and the films did not happen... Sometimes the film did not take off... And they were all, according to me, logical decisions. I was very cautious that I wanted to do a film with a good director, with a great script, with a production house wherein you would know the film won't get canned... But I found that even films with big studios sometimes don't literally take off.
"But I had my own journey, and when I got to do this film Mitron, it happened very fast. I signed the film and in 15 days we were shooting. There was prepping up, reading... I was so engrossed in that process. But now when I look back, I am very grateful that this happened to be my first film because I can very proudly say that I am doing a film I believe in," said Kritika.
"Films are very male-centric unlike TV, which is very female-centric, but even in a male-centric medium, I am getting to do a very good female part. So I am really happy that my film debut is this ('Mitron')," said the actress, who was also loved for her role as Ananya in Reporters.
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