Veere Di Wedding actor Swara Bhaskar says I never feared taking risks

by June 11, 2018 0 comments

Veere Di Wedding actor Swara Bhaskar says I never feared taking risksSwara Bhaskar is known for speaking according to her mind. She says that stereotypes, casts or second lead roles never stopped her in Bollywood.

Actress swara bhaskar, who was recently trolled for a scene in Veere di Wedding, believes in breaking stereotypes. She said, “When I came to the film industry, people advised me not to play the sister or best friend of the protagonist as I would only be offered second leads. I was told not to play vamp and mother at a young age. Now you know what are the characters I have played in films. I thought if those are the rules to get the lead role, why not break them?

‘It is a new experience and I am getting to learn something new everyday. Bollywood, no doubt has a wider acclaim and it feels top of the world to see people from all around the world dancing to my songs. It’s a good phase for the Hindi music industry with the rise of independent singles too.’

—Guru Randhawa

Nora Fatehi’s latest rendition of the 1999 hit song, Dilbar, from the movie, Sirf Tum, saw her wearing a Cleopatra-inspired costume which was extremely heavy. To make sure that the dress didn’t wear her down, the stylists stitched the dress on Nora right before the shoot. Talking about the whole experience, she says, “This would be one of my all time favourite looks!”

Marsden joins Tarantino’s movie

Actor James Marsden is the latest addition to the cast of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

The 44-year-old actor, who currently stars in HBO’s Westworld season two, joins the star-studded cast of Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Al Pacino in Tarantino’s ninth feature film.

American Housewife actor Julia Butters has also boarded the cast. However, the details of Marsden’ and Butters’ characters are not known yet. The movie is based on the murder of actor Sharon Tate and three others at the hands of the Manson family cult.The film will release on August 19 next year commemorating the 50th anniversary of the murders.

Writer: Pioneer

Courtesy: The Pioneer

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