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

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MX Player and Singapore Tourism Board (STB) recently took viewers on a rollercoaster ride with their one-of-a-kind interactive film, Lost And Found In Singapore. Starring Rithvik Dhanjani and Apoorva Arora, the film invites viewers to become a part of the narrative, steering its course through their choices as Dhruv and Sitara lead us on a journey of discovery through the enchanting streets of Singapore.

Apoorva Arora & Rithvik
As viewers continue to cherish Dhurv and Sitara’s journey, Apoorva gives us a sneak peek into her real-life personality, unveiling an unexpected connection with Rithvik’s character, Dhruv. Apoorva said,

“In real life, I am more like Dhruv and Rithvik is like Sitara, as he is an adrenaline junkie who wants to start with adventure activities directly; and that is the most apt definition of Sitara. Whereas I am a person who wants to plan things, at least the direction where I’ll be headed, which is exactly like Dhruv.”

“I am not an adventure junkie, but playing one was a huge task as I got cold feet while doing the bungee jump and other activities. On the other side of the camera, I could see Rithvik sulking because he could not do these stunts. I was jealous of Rithvik exploring the city on foot, visiting museums, going into bookstores, and enjoying nature as Dhruv. While doing adventurous activities, I even told Rithvik, ‘Aap hi Karlo, please karlo!’ However, I must admit that as the shoot ended, I liked Sitara’s way of holidaying,” she added.

MX Studios, the in-house content studio of MX Player associated with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to bring ‘Lost and Found in Singapore’ that follows the journeys of an introverted solo traveler (Rithvik Dhanjani) and an adventure-seeking girl (Apoorva Arora) who champions friendship. Amidst Singapore’s iconic landmarks and hidden gems, their destinies rest in the hands of the audience. Viewers guide their choices, creating diverse paths and unique viewing experiences. This immersive collaboration caters to younger Indian audiences, blending entertainment with novel travel inspiration.

‘Lost and Found in Singapore’ is streaming for free, only on MX Player!

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