Selebtek. Suara.com – Indonesian film lovers are certainly familiar with the figure of the beautiful artist Laura Basuki. His acting skills in the titles Cek Toko Sebelah, Before Now and Then, Susi Susanti and others made him soar.
Apart from being skilled in the world of acting, Laura Basuki is also known as an artist who does not overuse make-up.
With just light make-up, Laura Basuki always looks beautiful. However, there is another side that is slightly different from this artist of Chinese, Javanese and Vietnamese descent.
Not long ago, he was outspoken in a podcast uploaded to TS Media’s YouTube Shorts, published on Monday (18/9/2023), that he has a habit of throwing away scenarios.
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He always does this habit every time he finishes filming. Because there is a reason, not just throwing it away.
Not because I don’t want to collect for keepsakes or souvenirs.
“It’s different for each actor. There are some things they keep because it’s a memento and I think it’s also good to have souvenirs like that,” said Laura.
Laura only wants it when the film project is finished. Yes, he automatically has to release all the attributes that accompany it, including the scenario.
“But I’m the type who is so finished. I want to quickly get out of character,” he said.
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The most important thing is that Laura can return to her life and her next film project. So that it can be even more optimal.
“I want to quickly forget the story so I can return to life again, with the next project,” he added.
What Laura has become a habit of does not mean that she always carries her character around in everyday life.
“Do you really like being carried?” asked the host on the TS Media podcast.
“No, I want it to be: ‘Oh, I’ve done my homework, everything is finished. I don’t have any more responsibilities in this script’. Yes, that’s usually how it is,” said Laura.
When it comes to throwing out screenplays, Laura does it for all film titles and characters without exception.
“Yes, I don’t have any scenario savings at all,” he concluded.