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Disha Patani says she is looking for stronger roles and can't go on a film signing debauch to seem active in a open eye. The 25-year-old actor, who done her Hindi film with MS Dhoni: The Untold Story in 2016, says she would wish to be compared with “good stories” that assistance her register her presence.
“The story matters to me a lot. we can’t do something we don’t like. Just for a consequence of being out there… Showing people we exist, we can’t do that… Because it’s a lot of work. Filmmaking is not easy. You have to give your 1,000 per cent. You don’t get to sleep, eat. I’m not happy to do it if I’m not happy with a story. we demeanour for stronger roles, for a tools that would assistance me leave an impact. People should like a characters we play. Maybe, that’s because we find it tough to find roles,” Patani told PTI in an interview.
The actor also featured in Kung-Fu Yoga with Sonu Sood and general movement fable Jackie Chan final year. Patani will subsequent be seen in Baaghi 2, conflicting Tiger Shroff, and she says it took her “a lot of time” to get into a skin of her character, Neha.
“She is a totally opposite person. But, we am identical to her usually in parts. Audience will come to see a torment component to a role,” she says.
The film is a supplement to a 2016 movement movie, with Shroff entrance behind as a masculine lead, Ronnie. When asked if she was disturbed about a film as sequels are weighed with expectations, Patani says, “I was not a partial of a initial one, so we don’t have that pressure. But Tiger contingency be going by that. It’s a uninformed start for me. we don’t have a baggage.”
The actor says she aspires to do clever roles in films. “I know it’s too early for me to ask for so much. we have usually started. In future, we wish to do roles that enthuse girls and women. we wish girls to know that they are as clever as a boys,” she adds.
Patani, who is a second year BTech dropout, wanted to turn an Air Force pilot. She says people disheartened her when she motionless to give adult studies to pursue films though a usually approach to overpower critics is to infer them wrong. “If someone tells me, ‘you can’t do this’, we get motivated, we feel ‘I have to do this now’. People always pass judgements though during a finish of a day, we know yourself.”
Baaghi 2 releases on Mar 30.