There’s no doubt today, that Nushrat Bharucha has proved her mettle.The beautiful and spunky ‘Punchnama’ girl is ruling the hearts of million with her path- breaking acting skills. The leading lady of one of 2018’s biggest hits ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’ is also a surety of success. Her roots in acting goes deep down to her father who was a theatre artist himself from whom she got the spine and henceforth it was all sheer talent.
The smoldering hot Nushrat is ridinghigh on the success of her latest film. Shot to prominence with Pyaar Ka Punchnama and Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2, which was a total game changer for her, there was no seeing backward and rest is all a star in making. In conversation with Harsha Prerna, she unfolds about her offbeat opinion on the latest conjecture ‘Nepotism’ and all her future endeavours.
EX: Let’s start with your forthcoming movie, ‘dream Girl’, tell us a little about that film?
NB: If you’ve seen the poster, it says, Ayushmann Khurrana, in and as Dream Girl . Now, what that really means, you’ll have to watch the movie to find out!
EX: Looking around, many of your contemporaries are a product of nepotism. what’s your take on nepotism?
NB: I don’t really have a take on it. For me, every actor, every talented individual is exactly who they are. It has nothing to do with where they come from and what their surname is. I also feel that people who come from a known family name have an additional pressure of living upto certain legacies, that we don’t. This is unfair to them because everyone deserves an equal opportunity to create their own identity. I understand there are struggles on either side, they face very different struggles than people who have just entered the industry, but it’s a struggle all the same. Art is very intrinsic to who you are, what you make out of it and what you put out there. It doesn’t come from lineage.
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