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"When you play a lead role and the story revolves around you, then the responsibility grows. You have to give more time and dedication to it. I try to present my character in the best way possible and in a natural way," said Aditi

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  • Aditi Rathore is a television actress
  • She is famous for working in the popular TV show, ‘Naamkarann’
  • Aditi wants to do big things on the small screen

Actress Aditi Rathore, best known for playing the lead character Avni in the show “Naamkarann”, is not keen on doing films at the moment. She says she always had a desire to do something big on the small screen.

“I like TV more right now. I want to play good characters so that people remember them forever. It’s not my aim to do films. I always wanted to do something big on the small screen…play powerful characters,” Aditi told IANS.

Aditi Rathore is an Indian Television Actress. Facebook
Aditi Rathore is an Indian Television Actress. Facebook

She is playing one in “Naamkarann”. In the current track of the Star Plus show, Avni, who fought for her family and against the bad guys, has chosen to stay away from her family for their safety and happiness.

Leaving her past behind, Avni will lead a new life as Nilanjana. Her look has also got a makeover. Her character will no longer don saris. The audience will get to see her in western outfits and a pair of spectacles.

“Her past story is over. She has stopped fighting back and has accepted things as they are. She is no longer aggressive. She tries to be happy but she is upset and misses her family,” said the “Ek Duje Ke Vaaste” actress. “Naamkarann” is her first show in which she is playing a lead role.

Aditi Rathore works in famous TV serial 'Naamkarann'. Facebook
Aditi Rathore works in famous TV serial ‘Naamkarann’. Facebook

“When you play a lead role and the story revolves around you, then the responsibility grows. You have to give more time and dedication to it. I try to present my character in the best way possible and in a natural way,” said Aditi.

But daily soaps call for long working hours. Doesn’t she wish to do a reality show or a finite series? “No, not all. We generally work for 30 or 31 days. The shift is for 12 hours or sometimes more, but we chose this,” she said. Bollywood Country

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Actress Daisy Shah Overwhelmed With Bollywood’s Support

Daisy Shah Is completely opposite in real life

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Actress Daisy Shah Overwhelmed With Bollywood's Support
Actress Daisy Shah Overwhelmed With Bollywood's Support, Flickr

Actress Daisy Shah says that having started as a humble assistant dancer, she feels overwhelmed to be one of the leading ladies of a commercially successful franchise like “Race 3”.

Daisy told IANS: “When I look at the film’s poster, I feel so surreal thinking about my journey. I was one of the assistant dancers of ‘Race’ 10 years ago, and now I am one of the lead actors of ‘Race 3’, where I have got a chance to share screen space with some of the legends of our country like Anil Kapoor and Salman Khan. I am overwhelmed.”

She began her tryst with showbiz as an assistant dancer under ace choreographer Ganesh Acharya. Daisy first worked with Salman in the film “Tere Naam” as a dancer.

Emphasising on the importance of luck to grow in the entertainment industry, Daisy said: “Luck plays an important role in Bollywood. We all work really hard to earn success but our luck has to be on the right side, especially from where I come from.

“I started from zero, really. It is about meeting the right people at the right time that makes you go where you do. And I know that in our industry, everyone works hard but not everyone gets recognition. Perhaps that is why I am quite compassionate towards people on a film set, including technicians…because I know I was one of them a while ago,” said the actress.

In “Race 3”, Daisy essays Sanjana, a strong-headed extrovert woman. In real life, Daisy is quite the opposite.

“I am more of an introvert person who is a little shy to get into random chat. I would rather observe people silently. My character is a quite ‘out there’ person,” she said.

For the movie, releasing on Friday, she went through extensive training in kickboxing.

Daisy Shah
Daisy Shah. flickr

“The film has action sequences and my training in kickboxing really helped to gain good reflex. I started my training in kickboxing a year ago because I wanted to learn it. Eventually, it helped me to get things right in the film,” she said.

As “Race 3” is helmed by Remo D’souza — also a well-known choreographer — asked if she wishes to work on a dance movie with him considering her love for the dance form, she said: “I had a brief chat with Remo sir, but of course we need a right script to collaborate in a film.

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“I so wish to dance with Varun Dhawan in a dance film. Hopefully, someday the wish will be fulfilled.” (IANS)

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