New Delhi, Dec 3 (Ians) : Dhanya in ‘Peepli Live, Kanta Bai in ‘Sacred Games, ‘Karma Devi in Gurgaon and Lata Kutty in ‘Ludo -- her quiet (and sometimes not so) intensity ascertains that the screen belongs to her no matter who is sharing the frame with her.
While actor Shalini Vatsa may prefer to stay away from the media glare, her following among compulsive Ott watchers has only grown over time. "Looking back -- from my first film to now, it has really been an enchanting journey. I have had the opportunity to work with some of the best filmmakers of our times and portray extremely interesting and mufti-layered characters on the screen. What else can an actor ask for?"
Vatsa, who has worked with thespian (late) Habib Tanvir's Naya Theatre Repertory and was part of plays like ‘Charandas Chor', ‘Midsummer Night's Dream', ‘Raj Rakt', ‘Zahreeli