Aditi Rao Hydari is on a roll. The actress has some plum projects lined up in the South with top actors. One of them is Tughlaq Durbar with Vijay Sethupathi. In an EXCLUSIVE chat with BollywoodLife, Aditi Rao Hydari said, “Actually, Vijay Sethupathi and others have started shooting. I have not joined the team as yet. We have worked together in Mani Ratnam’s Chekka Chivantha Vaanam. I remember I would sit on the sets when even I was not required just to watch him perform. He is a phenomenal actor. I am looking forward to Tughlaq Darbar.” The first look of the movie was unveiled two days back on social media.
We also spoke to Aditi Rao Hydari about the raging nepotism debate in social media. People are slamming Bollywood for playing favourites with a certain set of actors. “This is not true. Every industry has its sets of positives and negatives. Opportunities will be more for those who belong to the industry, for outsiders it is less. But at some point, all will be on the same playing field. Everyone has an opinion and right to look at it their way. I do not wish to sit and judge what is right and wrong. I do not want to be resentful or envious, there is no point. We can only work hard, stay positive and live your dream. You can work hard on what is in your hand. I do not wish to judge as everyone’s experiences are unique,” she states.
She worked with a newbie Dev Mohan in Sufiyam Sujathayum. “He made his debut with the film. Normally, I do not step in as I have worked with experienced people. But in this case, I took the director’s permission and rehearsed a couple of scenes with him. I believe that an actor needs to build a connect with his director first,” she said. The lady also has Hey Sinamika with Dulquer Salmaan and Kajal Aggarwal and a movie in Telugu.