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Wamiqa Gabbi Took Inspiration From Phoebe Waller-Bridge From ‘Fleabag’ For The Series

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Wamiqa took inspiration from Phoebe Waller Bridge for ‘Charlie Chopra and the Mystery of Solang Valey’ (Image Credit score: Instagram & IMDB)

Actress Wamiqa Gabbi’s character, Charlie Chopra within the sequence ‘Charlie Chopra and the Mystery of Solang Valley’, shares a particular trait with Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s iconic character in ‘Fleabag’.

‘Fleabag’, which gained immense recognition for its groundbreaking strategy, featured Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s character continuously breaking the fourth wall. This system allowed the character to attach with viewers personally, particularly throughout awkward and practical conditions, bridging the hole between the reel and actual worlds.

In ‘Charlie Chopra and the Mystery of Solang Valley’, Wamiqa Gabbi’s character engages in candid and direct conversations with the digital camera, successfully speaking with the viewers on a one-on-one foundation.

The actress stated: “In our series, my character breaks the fourth wall to create an atmospheric connection with the audience directly. It’s a creative process and idea to have Charlie as a character to pamper the viewers involved in her expedition to solve the murder mystery. That I feel was very intriguing as a process to do.”

Wamiqa Gabbi stated: “The last time I do remember seeing and being greatly inspired where a similar approach was used but in a different genre was Fleabag where Pheobe’s character would stare into the camera to connect with the audiences during awkward situations. I did use this as a reference point for myself”.

Directed by the maverick filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, the sequence is a whodunnit.

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