I trained for a year for the basics but this particular choreography (“Ghar More Pardesiya”), I practised for two and a half months. So, the thoughts are very different. I was very excited to be there. Alia Bhatt and Madhuri Dixit in Kalank song “Ghar More Pardesiya.”
She continued, “But one thing ma’am said, which I am not going to forget ever, is that the ‘next time you do a song like this, you come to me and in three days, I will teach you some tricks.’ I cannot forget this. It is complicated. Kalank, a Dharma Productions venture, will release on April 17. Roop’s journey is different. On the set, honestly, it was an overwhelming experience. So, you have to scoop in one by one and then you will see who she is. It is like a creamy layered cake with a lot of different icings. So, no comparisons at all.”
“And the way Roop thinks, by thinks, I mean that even though she will say whatever she thinks, but sometimes she would refrain from saying what is on her mind because of the situation. Earlier too, Alia has portrayed such women on screen, be it Sehmat in Raazi or Safeena in Gully Boy. But that will happen only when you watch the film,” remarked the actor. When asked if there are any similarities between Roop and her other characters, Alia said, “No, they are different people coming from different situations. 0
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“It was a very nerve-wracking experience for me because I am not trained in any dance form, especially in Indian classical. Yes, there were many moments where I was looking at ma’am and I had this massive question mark on my body that she could obviously see through. I have to prep for Takht as well so before that, I will come to you (looking at Madhuri Dixit) and take those tips.”
Alia Bhatt’s character Roop comes across as a fearless woman. In Raazi, Sehmat was clear with her intentions that Watan ke aage kuch nahi (Nothing before the country).