“OTT will be the future of Indian cinema,” Himanee Bhatia

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Himanee Bhatia, Image Source : @himaneebhatia Instagram

New Delhi: Nowadays, OTT is the most popular medium for both movies and web series. Most of the youth are signing up for subscriptions to different kinds of OTT platforms for entertainment. Popular actors are refusing their big-screen work for this new platform. Critics are saying OTT will be the crucial platform for Indian entertainment in the coming future.

Himanee Bhatia is also stepping into this new arena. She wants to act out more and more drama in this new forum. She knows it will be the only medium to reach her followers. She says that if you want to expose yourself as an actress, then this will be the best medium for you.

Himanee Bhatia is an Indian actress, model, author, former lawyer, and ex-KPMG risk consultant. She is best known for her performances in short films like Act Normal, Blink, Roomates, Khat, and My Brown Eyed Boy. In 2021, Bhatia star in Netflix’s web series Decoupled, starring R. Madhavan and Surveen Chawla. She was noticed instantly for her unique beauty and acting style. She is often called one of the most versatile and real actresses.

Her brilliant performance in the film Blink got her the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke Award and the honourable Satyajit Ray Icon Cinema Award, both for Best Actress in OTT—these are the highest awards in Indian cinema. She is the author of three books, ranging in genre from drama to comedy to romance to poetry.

She believes in creating content that talks about topics not often spoken about and started her own production house called ‘Himanee Bhatia Films’. A former risk consultant from KPMG and lawyer, she quit her job on the day of her promotion to follow her dream.

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Rashika Sharma, Entertainment News Editor at GrowJustIndia.com, You may reach rashika@growjustindia.com or feedback@growjustindia.com
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