I am thrilled that it’s getting the recognition that I feel it deserves,” Rasika, who played a cop in the series, told IANS. She has also appeared in various Web Series. New Delhi, Oct 22 (IANSlife) Actor Rasika Dugal, who has recently narrated ‘Uncovidable’ (Hindi) – a pandemic-inspired humorous account by a woman who is told to stay put for 21 days in a nationwide lock-down, finds audio work to be a space free of people’s impression of an actor’s physicality.. Excerpts from her interview to IANSlife: Rasika Dugal was born on 17 January 1985 in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India. They dealt with the material with sensitivity. Rasika Dugal is an Indian actress who is known for her roles in several Bollywood movies. The sudden halt in her daily activities has her taking a closer look at the situation around her and the behaviour of those she interacts with regularly. As in 2020, her age is 35 years old. Dugal: Usually, in acting work, there are so many tools at our disposal – voice, body language, props etc. //-->. Dugal: ‘Uncovidable’ (on Audible) is the story of a woman whose life is turned upside down when she is told to stay put for 21 days during a nationwide lockdown, as a result of the Covid19 pandemic. By Siddhi Jain. e9.size = "300x250,300x600,160x600"; All rights reserved. This, unfortunately, is the frustrating truth about an actor’s life. Till a few months back I hadn’t imagined that entire films or series could be shot from home, dubbed in the smallest room and promoted on Zoom. The web series Delhi Crime has been nominated for International Emmy Awards 2020 and actress Rasika Dugal, who features in the hit show, feels it has won recognition by striking balance between being interesting and sensitive. As actors, sometimes the roles you get offered get limited because of people’s impression of your physicality. The series is vying for honours at the International Emmys alongside shows from Argentina, Germany and the UK in the Best Drama Series category. Join our events to engage with key stakeholders in the government, social and private sectors.