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Kalki Koechlin

I wanted to kind of make sure that people know that I'm here to stay, because this is home, and I am born here…
Its all a part of this world where we're all kind of mixing a lot, and… in that way we're all a bit confused about who we are, where we belong, where's home, and … who is important to us…

Kalki Koechlin is an Indian actress and playwright of French descent who debuted in Anurag Kashyap's critically acclaimed 2009 Hindi film Dev.D.

QuotesEdit

  • Obviously I think I've been very lucky, to start off with such a good break, and to have a film that not only was a hit but where I didn't have to compromise … in terms of doing a mindless movie — it was also a movie, for me as an actor which was very fulfilling…
  • I wanted to kind of make sure that people know that I'm here to stay, because this is home, and I am born here — I'm not a foreigner in that sense.
    • Interview with NewsX (27 October 2009)
  • I think the chemistry we have is that we both think very dark when it comes to stories.
    • On her relationship with Anurag Kashyap, in Interview with NewsX (27 October 2009)

Quotes about KoechlinEdit

  • Enter Chanda, the multilingual call girl who can seduce in Hindi, Tamil, English and French. With her bee-stung lips, unusual face and refreshing lack of acting guile, Kalki Koechlin imbues the part with a touching fragility.
  • The clown company played by Atul Kumar, Kalki Koechlin, Sujay Saple, Neil Bhoopalam, Namit Das and Puja Sarup are outstanding in their role[s]. This is just outstanding casting by the director and The Company Theatre.

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