Esha Gupta enjoys working on maiden Iranian project Devil's Daughter

Mar 11, 2018, 21:58 IST | IANS

Esha Gupta has been shooting in Mumbai since a month. She will be shooting for the project in April and most of the scenes are shot in Madh Island

Esha Gupta
Esha Gupta

Actress Esha Gupta says working on her maiden Iranian project Devil's Daughter has been a surreal experience. Esha has been shooting in Mumbai since a month. She will be shooting for the project in April and most of the scenes are shot in Madh Island. She is happy to work with Ghorban Mohammadpour, who has helmed films likes Salaam Mumbai, Anche Mardan Darbareye Zanan Nemidanand and Dele Bigharar.

"I'm honoured to have the opportunity to collaborate with a director like Ghorban Mohammadpour for his film 'Devil's Daughter'," Esha said in a statement.

"I've admired his films and now I get to work with him. This is surreal. It's such privilege to be part of the Iranian film industry," she added.

Esha has worked in Bollywood films like Jannat 2, Rustom and Commando 2.

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