Sobhita Dhulipala decodes her character ‘Kaveri’ for The Night Manager

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Two powerhouses, two different sides, one massive clash – witness loggerheads Shelly Rungta and Shantanu Sengupta get into the cinematic showdown of the year! Get ready to check-in as Disney+ Hotstar introduces you to the spiraling world of revenge, deception and revelation, the much-awaited spy thriller Hotstar Specials’ The Night Manager. A Hindi-language adaptation of John le Carré’s novel “The Night Manager”. Produced by The Ink Factory and Banijay Asia, the series is created and directed by Sandeep Modi and second director Priyanka Ghosh. Get ready to open the doors to a web of secrets and conspiracies with The Night Manager exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar, 17th February onwards.

The gorgeous and talented Sobhita Dhulipala has always entertained her fans and audiences with her intriguing performances and roles. In ” The Night Manager” she effortlessly slips into the mysterious role of Kaveri.

Talking about her character, Sobhita Dhulipala said, “There’s a certain intrigue to Kaveri. On better days, you feel like you get a sense of who she is, but you could never be too sure of what she is. There is a very visible parallel that’s drawn between Kaveri and water throughout the show. They both can be so gentle, so nourishing, but also very tumultuous and deep. Kaveri seems like that.. She has this tenderness as well as a current within her. I have in the past been compared with water’s energy and I thought it was a tremendous compliment. So, to be able to give form to that feeling, that connection I feel with it..it’s great. My father is a sailor. And I spent many of my younger years at sea, also the home I grow up in was by the shore. I also love the name Kaveri and I always thought when I have my own child, I’d name him/her after a river! So, I think there’s, resonance, all of it really comes together for me.

Stay tuned for the much-awaited spy thriller, releasing 17th Feb, only on Disney+ Hotstar

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