In her upcoming film ‘Mirror Game‘, Pooja Batra essays the role of a psychologists. She has a task to examine a professor played by Parvin Dabas who may or may not be a criminal. Reading someone’s mind is no easy job, but Dr Roy aka Pooja Batra does it efficiently in ‘Mirror Game’. We recently engaged in a conversation with her wherein she revealed a few bits about her character and how she prepared for it. Citing that she has undergone therapy sessions herself, Pooja states that it was quite exciting to be on the other side of the table and examine a subject.
When asked about the same, Pooja quoted, “I have done therapy in my personal life. You know there’s a very common saying that you are not an Angeleno, if you don’t do therapy. So I have done therapy for my personal sort of improvement. When this role was offered to me, I really wanted to do it, to sit on the other side of the chair and analyse a subject. I am analysing him (Parvin Dabas) and seeing if he is fudging or telling the truth, is he hiding thing or playing a sharp game. So that’s what it is!”
‘Mirror Game’ is directed by Vijit Sharma, and is slated to release on June 2, 2017. (Also Check: Akshay Kumar, Ekta Kapoor and others catch the screening of film ‘Mirror Game’)