Kirti Kulhari from 'Four more Shots' the Amazon original series opened up about her reluctance to play the role of Anjana, a single mother. Its director is Anu Menon. The reason being that she didn't want to be a typecast. She said, "After reading the script, I was skeptical about how will they position something that’s palatable but at the same time make a bold statement? Another big concern for me was the fact that I had to play a mother. I wasn’t ready for this and I had the fear of being typecast into that role, which has been quite prevalent in the industry".
She continued, "I kept questioning whether I should take the plunge and play a role, which could probably change my image and affect the type of work or opportunity that could come my way. It was my husband who finally gave me the confidence to do this. He is solely responsible for reminding me that I am first and foremost an actor and I just have to push my own boundaries and be the change that I keep talking about,”
Kulhari is right in her place to believe that certain actors and actresses in Bollywood do turn into a typecast. The series's first season was a success. It contained 10 episodes. This instantly called for a season 2. It is set to release this April. It will go on air on April 17.
The show stars Sayani Gupta, Bani J, Maanvi Gagroo, Prateik Babbar, Lisa Ray, Milind Soman, Neil Bhooplalam, Simone Singh and Amrita Puri. The story follows four women and their lives and struggles in the current Mumbai. Its story writers are Devika Bhagat, Ishita Moitra.