Mumbai, March 4: Charlie Chaplin's grand-daughter Kiera Chaplin, noted model turned actor, is all set to make debut in India made English movie 'Chaurahen' (meaning crossroad).
It took four year for Rajshree Ojha, maker of the movie, to officially release the movies after hitting festival circuits across the globe. Star cast of the 'Chaurahen’ includes Soha Ali Khan, Ankur Khanna, Victor Banerjee, Roopa Ganguly, Zeenat Aman, Shayan Munshi.
The story of the 'Chaurahen' encompasses four separate stories set in three different metros. Kiera Chaplin, as Lea, arrives in one of the cities to find moorings and solace.
In a interview Ojha, when asked about the relevance of the four year old movies today said, “The film holds its relevance even after four years as the situation, about love and how people move on in life, has not changed overtime."
"She (Kiera) saw my first small film. She said four ingredients - my first short film, me, the script of Chaurahen and the chance to visit Kolkata and India - prompted her to act in the film and she did not charge a single penny," Ojha said.
Ireland born, Kiera Sunshine Chaplin is the eldest daughter of Eugene Chaplin, the fifth child of Charlie Chaplin and his wife, Oona O'Neill.
She started her professional life as model at the age of 16, and was voted 17th "most eligible woman in the world" by FHM magazine in the U.S.
She was voted the 7th sexiest woman in the world by GQ.
Her other movie presence includes, The Importance of Being Earnest (2002), the Bollywood production Yatna (2005), Aimee Semple McPherson (2006), the Peter Fonda film Japan (2008) and Interno Giorno (2011).