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For me, the film is important rather than the film industry: Aditi Rao Hydari

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For me, the film is important rather than the film industry: Aditi Rao Hydari

Aditi Rao Hydari (Photo Credits: IANS)

Aditi Rao Hydari has appeared in several South Indian films over the years, but she has had few releases in Bollywood. The actress says that there is no language or film industry for her, but the film matters the most. Aditi told IANS, “It was said that I am now focusing on my career in the south and have left Mumbai. But I have not gone anywhere. Scripts and opportunities took me everywhere. If the story is exciting, then I will get the film Why should I say no? I think we are the generation of actors for whom the essence of the role matters, not the length of the role. “

His last films in Bollywood were ‘Padmaavat’ and ‘Das Dev’ (Daas Dev). Both films were released in 2018. Around the same time, he did five films in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam languages ​​in the south. Parineeti Chopra starrer is her upcoming Hindi film ‘The Girl on a Train’, while two in Tamil and one film in Telugu are ready for release. Also Read: Removing ‘Fair’ From Beauty Products Will Bring Us Closer: Aditi Rao Hydari



He said, “I look for something that challenges me as an artist. Look at my role in the film ‘Padmavat’, for example. When Sanjay (Leela Bhansali) called me, he Told me about the four characters and said that this tenant is the youngest but the story would be incomplete without your character. After all, I was happy when I got praise for Mehrunisa’s character. For me, the character’s influence matters. “




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