Manisha Koira on battling depression during Hiramandi shoot: “It ate me up”

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Manisha Koirala is currently basking in the success of her latest offering. Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaarin a recent conversation with NDTV, opened up about her battle with depression and shared how she got “eaten” during filming. HiramandiManisha said, “Being affected by cancer, I know how important your body, mind and health are. How intertwined they are. How reliable they are. So sometimes I’m very depressed… Even now sometimes I’m depressed. Goes. When I was doing Hiramandi, I was constantly in a mood of, ‘Move through this phase and focus on your health’.

For the underprivileged, To Manisha Koira In the stunning “Tawaif”, played the role of Mallikajan Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar,

During the trailer launch event of the series in Delhi, Manisha Koirala opened up about reuniting with Sanjay Leela Bhansali after more than two decades. She said, “I waited 28 years for Sanjay to call me and was so happy. It’s an honor to work with such a talented person. A lot of hard work and love has gone into making Heermandi. We have created this show. A lot of love, and We hope you all like it.”

Talking about her character in Mallikajan HiramandiManisha Koirala said, “Mallikajan is unlike any other character I have played before. This is possible only because of a genius behind the camera like Sanjay Leela Bhansali. He directs each of us very meticulously and a lot. We don’t know what we have done, but when you I am always a director when Bhansali is on set.

Heeramandi: Diamond Bazaar, set against the backdrop of British India, explores the complex dynamics of Mallikajan’s workplace as she navigates the challenges posed by the return of her late daughter Faridan (Sonakshi Sinha). The series also stars Richa Chadha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Sharmeen Segal and Sanjeeda Shaikh, Fardeen Khan, Shekhar Suman, Adhyayan Suman and Taha Shah.

The period drama has garnered substantial viewership on Netflix, ranking second on the platform’s weekly Top 10 list for non-English language shows during its premiere week.

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