Actress Aditi Rao Hydari will be the showstopper for designer Jayanti Reddy’s ‘The Twilight Zone’ autumn-winter 2018 line at the forthcoming edition of the Lakme Fashion Week.
The announcement was made via a statement on Saturday.
Reddy’s collection aims to “capture that fleeting magical moment before day ends and night begins”.
“In our world, The Twilight Zone sees flowers – before folding up for the night – take on a bewitching and bold reincarnation through intricate embroideries and expertly crafted fabric.
“Silhouettes carry a sense of freedom and unbridled joy; sheer is abundant but it’s more about strength than skin; and palettes take on the golden hour, the many shades of grey that reside between night and day, and the sudden darkness that envelopes us right when you step out of the twilight zone.”
Actress Aditi Rao Hydari, who next will be seen onscreen in “The Girl On The Train”, has said that she looks at social media trollers with compassion. She added that trollers must be dealing with problems in lives, which is why they vent their anger on someone else by such an action.
“I feel it (trolling) is a reality you can’t run away from. You have to be positive no matter what the situation is because I feel people who troll others must be going through some kind of problems, or they must be feeling sad about themselves or they must be angry with something. So, they express their anger by commenting on your social media posts.”, said Aditi, while interacting with media at the Exhibit Tech Awards 2019.
She added: “I feel that the only thing that you can do is to look at them with compassion and with hope that they feel better soon. Sometimes, I even write to them that aI hope you have a better day’. You can only wish them well. There must be some reason behind their anger.”
Aditi next will be seen onscreen in “The Girl On The Train” along with Parineeti Chopra and Kirti Kulhari.
Talking about the film, she said: “We have completed shooting of the film. It was our start to finish schedule. I really had fun while shooting the film.”
Thursday was Kamal Haasan’s 65th birthday, and Aditi wished the Tamil icon. “I wish him many more years. He is to the camera born literally. He is forever inspiring and I wish lots of good health and defining moments in cinema that will continue to inspire us.”
It is from the movie ‘Daas Dev’ which stars Richa Chadha and Aditi Rao Hydari
“Pakistani singer Atif Aslam has been repeatedly shrugging off requests to promote his latest song “Sehmi hai dhadkan” from the forthcoming Bollywood film “Daas Dev”, says its producer Sanjeev Kumar.
“Atif said he will do it, but it hasn’t been done. I’m not sure why he isn’t taking part in the activity, but, as a producer, I see that work promised hasn’t been executed,” Kumar said in a statement.
“Sehmi hai dhadkan” was launched on February 22 as the first song from Sudhir Mishra’s film “Daas Dev”, a contemporary take on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel “Devdas”.
Earlier this month, politician Babul Supriyo had asked for a ban on Pakistani artistes working in the Hindi film industry. He had also objected to the inclusion of Pakistan singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s voice in the film “Welcome To New York”.
Kumar said: “Normally, such statements are made by fringe groups. When a minister says it, it leaves an impact on more people. But we needed Atif for this song. He has 20 million followers on social media. Imagine the kind of traction we would have got had he promoted it.”
Mumbai, Oct 29 : Actress Aditi Rao Hydari, who will be seen as actor Ranveer Singhs wife in “Padmavati”, says she might be playing a small part in the upcoming period drama film, but she will leave some impact on viewers’ mind.
“It’s not a major role. When I signed on for ‘Padmavati’, I knew very well it was going to be a small part. But, Sanjay Leela Bhansali sir presents all his women so well,” Aditi said.
“In ‘Goliyon Ki Raasleela – Ram-Leela’, Richa Chadha had a brief role, but she made an impact. I am sure I will leave some impact in ‘Padmavati’. No one who works with Sanjay sir comes away without benefiting from the association.
“I want to be happy in what I do. I don’t want to work with people who spread negative vibes,” she added.
Directed by Bhansali, “Padmavati” features Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in lead roles.
Aditi, who turned a year older on Saturday, says she “don’t socialise” much.
“I don’t party. I don’t have too many friends in the film industry. My family lives in Hyderabad. So, it (my birthday) does get lonely. My team is my family in Mumbai. I liked spending time on my birthday with them,” she said.(IANS)