Actress Angira Dhar plays the female lead in the Netflix film Love Per Square Foot and says everyone in Mumbai has faced issues with space at least once.
Asked about what made her choose the film, Dhar said: “Firstly, the story has been written very interestingly and its core is very relatable and universally appealing. So, I found it exciting to be a part of it.”
Love Per Square Foot revolves around a young couple who get into a marriage of convenience in order to get a house in a city like Mumbai, where every dweller struggles to have their own house.
Born and brought up in Mumbai, even Dhar has faced such issues growing up.
Dhar started her career with TV shows Beg Borrow Steal, which she was the host of, and Y-Films’ web series Bang Baaja Baarat. She has also done a few advertisements for brands such as Cadbury Silk, Domino’s and Everyuth.
She said she had a positive experience working with the Love Per Square Foot director Anand Tiwari and producer Ronnie Screwvala.
Love Per Square Foot also features Vicky Kaushal, Ratna Pathak Shah, Supriya Pathak, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Raghuvir Yadav, Arunoday Singh.
It will release on Valentine’s Day, February 14, on Netflix.