Report by Ashok Palit; Bhubaneswar: Bengali director Tutu Sinha cast Odia actor, Archita Sahu, in an important role in the bilingual movie. "The Light: Swami Vivekananda" in Hindi and Bengali. It is now being shot in Kolkata and will be dubbed in 18 languages. Some portion of this film canned at Rairangpur and Simlipal.
While most of the actors are from the theatre background, Archita was cast after the director saw her film work ,Archita has essayed the role of Moinabai who does a mujra for Maharaja Ajit Singh Bahadur — a ruler of the princely state of Khetri and a disciple of Swami Vivekananda.
Ajit Singh had encouraged Swamiji to speak at the Parliament of the World's Religions at Chicago in 1893. After listening to a bhajan sung by Moinabai, he is moved to change his perspective. Archita as a trained dancer it helped when she performed a mujra.