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The character was based on Chandramukhi, a pivotal character in the novel, a prostitute who fell in love with the titular character.

Koechlin played a supporting role in the black comedy The Film Emotional Atyachar, her only film appearance of 2010.

Her parents were ardent followers of Sri Aurobindo, so, she spent most of her childhood in Auroville.

After completing her schooling at the age of 18, she moved to London and studied drama and theatre at Goldsmiths, University of London.

There, she worked for two years with the theatre company Theatre of Relativity, writing The Rise of the Wild Hunt and performing in plays such as David Hare's The Blue Room and Marivaux's The Dispute.

While the character was inconsistently described by film critics as "a nightmare" and "engaging", Koechlin was unanimously praised for her performance, with Raja Sen calling her "an increasingly striking actress".

Koechlin then starred in Zoya Akhtar's coming-of-age comedy Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.

Co-starring Ranvir Shorey, Mohit Ahlawat, Abhimanyu Singh, Vinay Pathak, and Ravi Kishan, the production opened to mixed reviews.

She played the role of a disturbed teenager and called it an exhausting experience, saying that she felt drained while trying to, "get into a psyche of someone who does a lot of drugs and booze, has lost her mind a little bit and is very vulnerable".After completing her studies, Koechlin moved back to India and lived with her maternal half-brother in Bangalore.Unable to find work there, she moved to Mumbai, where she worked with theatre directors and with Atul Kumar and Ajay Krishnan, the founders of a Mumbai-based theatre company called "The Company Theatre".She studied drama at Goldsmiths, University of London, and worked simultaneously with a local theatre company.After returning to India, she made her screen debut as Chanda in the drama Dev.Akhtar had expressed her wish to work with Koechlin in a prior interview with NDTV, having seen her in Dev.

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