Asked why she’s majorly done multi-starrer projects, Aditi told IANS in a recorded response: “I have done a mix of different kinds of cinema. “I think versatility for me is very important,” she added. 2018-02-26T16:48:33+00:00″>
Published: February 26, 2018 4:48 pm
Versatility is very important for her says Padmaavat actor Aditi Rao Hydari. It’s their vision and I give myself completely to that vision. She was seen in Prajapathi, Sringaram and Kaatru Veliyidai. So, I consider myself blessed that pan-Indian audiences are watching my films and I am being given these opportunities to work with some of the greatest directors of our country.”
The Murder 3 actress considers herself blessed for getting all the opportunities as an “actor who does not have any backing and who has come into the industry just because I love being in front of the camera”. “I can’t tell you anything about the film. So, here even I am inspired with that way of working and I also do a sort of mix of different kinds of films. I am a little nervous but also looking forward to working with them. The actress considers herself lucky to work with the filmmaker for the second time. The Wazir actress stresses that cinema is a director’s vision. I have done films like ‘London, Paris, New York’ or ‘Murder 3’ where it’s just about one person or two people or ‘Bhoomi’ for that matter… I have done lots of those and I have also not shied away from films which are multi-starrers because for me a film is all about the director and the team that makes a film and about the script and character I am playing.”
Aditi says she is inspired by the way international artists work. “It is about the director and the team that makes the film. After the success of her latest release Padmaavat, Aditi is now gearing up for her next film with filmmaker Mani Ratnam. It’s going to be tough but I am looking forward,” she added. Mani sir and the Madras Talkies team is like family… and to be picked the second time to work with him is really more than what I ever imagined,” she said. Whether it is in India or abroad… If there is a director I am dying to work with I will work extra hard and do that film,” she added. So, that’s the way I work and I like to be challenged,” she added. “Like people in the West, such as Jennifer Lawrence, Natalie Portman or Brad Pitt and all the amazing actors… they also do a mix of different kinds of cinema. “I am always up for the challenges and I look forward to beginning work. It is a multi-starrer and there are some amazing actors in it. So I don’t want language to ever come in my way. Related News
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Get assembly election result LIVE updates from each constituency in Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya But I consider myself very blessed to be working with Mani sir again. I think with amazing people on set, hopefully my performance will also be better. “And I completely surrender to the director’s vision and I am like putty in their hands and they mould me. Talking about working in the south Indian film industry, she said, “Films are about feelings… Feelings don’t have a language… they are universal.