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Apoorva Arora: ‘In reality, I’m more like Dhruv and Rithvik is like Sitara in Lost And Found In Singapore”


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New Delhi: MX Player and Singapore Tourism Board have collaborated to create an interactive film called ‘Lost And Found In Singapore’.

The film allows viewers to participate in the story by making choices that steer the narrative.

The film follows the journeys of two characters, Dhruv and Sitara, as they explore the streets of Singapore.

Apoorva Arora, one of the actors in the film, reveals that her real-life personality is similar to Dhruv’s character, while Rithvik Dhanjani, the other actor, is more like Sitara.

Apoorva admits that she initially struggled with the adventurous activities in the film but eventually grew to appreciate them.

The film aims to cater to younger Indian audiences by combining entertainment with travel inspiration.

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