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Actress Disha Patani Can’t Judge Herself in Terms of Acting

The 26-year-old called the Salman a great human being

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Actress Disha Patani, who is busy shooting for the upcoming Salman Khan starrer “Bharat”, says she cannot judge herself in terms of acting.

She is even shy to watch her own films.

Disha Patani made her acting debut in 2015 with the Telugu film “Loafer”. She then ventured into Bollywood in 2016 with “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story” after which she was seen in films like “Kung Fu Yoga” and “Baaghi 2”.

Asked whether she has evolved in her craft, Disha Patani told IANS: “I can’t judge myself in terms of acting. I am very shy. I never see myself or watch my films. So, I don’t know. But for sure I am getting more comfortable with the whole environment of filmmaking.”

The 26-year-old called the Salman a great human being.

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I can’t judge myself in terms of acting: Disha Patani. Wikimedia Commons

Talking about working with Salman, she said: “He is very nice. He is a great human being and he’s a great co-star. We are working very hard for the film. We are doing different scenes and action. It has been really nice and it has been really great.”

“Bharat” is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and also stars Katrina Kaif.

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The actress was in Bhubaneswar to launch the first store of British multinational retailer Mark & Spencer in Odisha.

Asked if she is fashion conscious, Disha said: “I am not fashion conscious. I believe in comfort and I always want to wear clothes that I am comfortable in and I should feel beautiful more than anybody else should feel.” (IANS)

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Talent Is Gender Neutral: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

The gender of the storyteller does not matter, says Nawazuddin Siddiqui

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While working with a filmmaker, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is not concerned with the gender of the storyteller. Wikimedia Commons

National Award-winning actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has worked with several talented female filmmakers in his career. Nandita Das called the shots in “Firaaq” and “Manto”, Reema Kagti directed “Talaash” and, recently, Tannishtha Chatterjee wielded the megaphone in the upcoming “Roam Rome Mein”. Siddiqui says as an actor he does not differentiate between talents based on gender.

“When I work with a filmmaker, I am not concerned about the gender of the storyteller. For me, whether it is Nandita or Tannishtha, they are talented storytellers. They came to me with a vision and I am participating in telling their stories on screen. For me, what matters the most is creativity, and I have to be on the same wavelength with the director. Talent should not be celebrated on the basis of gender. So, when Tannishtha was directing me, not for a single moment did I feel that a woman was giving direction. For me, it was a talented human being I was collaborating with,” Nawazuddin told IANS.

Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a strong believer in the fact that art has no language. Wikimedia Commons

Tannishtha’s “Roam Rome Mein” has been in then news lately for the response that the film has been eliciting in the festival circuit. Apart from its India premiere at the Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival, the film has travelled to Busan International Film Festival and Rome Film Festival.

Set in Rome, the film features Vineet Kumar, Isha Talwar and Italian actors Urbano Barberini and Pamela Villoresi along with Nawazuddin and Tannishtha.

Nawazuddin says he is happy with the positive response the film received from global audiences, but it is special to be back home.

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“There are a few sequences in the film where the humour is very ‘desi’, which one cannot really translate into another language. Here in Mumbai, people are laughing during those scenes and enjoying. We are so happy to see such a response. I am a strong believer in the fact that art has no language but at the end of the day, nothing like sharing our film with our audience,” added the actor. (Bollywood Country)