When the talented Shraddha Kapoor who’s wooed many of us with her performance in Aashiqui 2, played a role way too small in Gori Teri Pyaar Mein we were wondering why she said yes to role like that.
Was it an attempt to get herself a place in the Dharma productions? The actress says no. “No, It was a friendly appearance for Puneet (director Puneet Malhotra). I loved working with Puneet and Karan Johar. People liked my South Indian look.” was what she said.
Shraddha Kapoor has two big films in her kitty at the moment. While one is Haider starring Shahid Kapoor, the other one is The Villain with Mohit Suri. Haider the adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet is being shot in the beautiful valley of Kashmir. Speaking on her experiences shooting for the movie, here is what she said, “I had been to Ladakh, but this was my first trip to the Valley and it was like being in paradise. I was mesmerised by the beauty of the Valley and did not feel any bad vibes. I can promise that in our film Kashmir will be Kashmir. I’m playing a local girl and reached a day earlier to observe the locals and their unique sing-song way of speaking.”
Along with these two films, Shraddha has also signed Gabbar with Akshay Kumar, an actor who is very much older to her.When asked why she said yes to working with an actor who was so much senior to her, “I’ve idolised Akshay for years. Moreover, I found the script of Gabbar so ent-ertaining that there was no way I would have let the project go” was what she said.
Shraddha in the interview also opened up about the kind of man she wants to date “Just be honest and true to yourself..I have a huge appetite and I love ghar ka khana, particularly fried rawa. Also, ghar ka chai. Get me both and we can have a tea party..” she says, telling us what the way to winning her heart would be.
She also adds how she can’t stand a guy who would cheat on her, “Cheating is a definite no-no. My man has to be all mine or never mine!” she says.
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