Greater than filmmakers, actorsays it’s the viewers that perceives her as a diva, a label she is “grateful” for. In line with the actor, she has performed glamorous characters in solely two movies “Malang” and “Radhe: Your Most Wished Bhai”.
“It’s a notion and I’m grateful that I’ve some form of identification. There’s nothing detrimental about it. To be recognized for something is massive. I see individuals coming to me and providing me completely different stuff. Greater than filmmakers, the audiences have that notion. Filmmakers are open to artistes doing various things. They suppose it’s higher if the artiste comes out of their consolation zone,” Patani advised PTI.
The Bareilly-born actor mentioned her upcoming movies will current a brand new facet of her character to the viewers. She’s going to subsequent be seen in “Ek Villain Returns”, the sequel to the 2014 hit “Ek Villain”.
Patani additionally has-led actioner “Yodha”, Prabhas’ sci-fi movie “Undertaking Okay” and “KTina”, during which she reportedly will play a non secular, small-town Punjabi lady, within the pipeline.
“I get bored simply. I can’t maintain repeating the identical elements. All these movies are completely different from one another. I hope individuals see me differently by these movies,” she added.
In “Ek Villain Returns”, she performs Rasika, a Marathi lady who believes “greed is nice”.
“My character is grasping, she desires sure issues in life and she’s going to do something to get it. She makes use of males as a software to get what she desires.” Patani, 30, mentioned she is a director’s actor and for “Ek Villain Returns”, she surrendered to Mohit Suri’s imaginative and prescient.
“I comply with the directions of the director. For this movie and character, I needed to work a bit on the Marathi dialect and on the transition of the character, which was a bit tough,” she added.
“Ek Villain Returns” additionally stars, and Tara Sutaria. Produced by Ekta Kapoor below Balaji Telefilms and Bhushan Kumar’s T-Collection, the movie will hit the screens on July 29.