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Is the Aashiqui 2 actress – Shraddha Kapoor too greedy?

Strange question though, but if you check what the casting director Mukesh Chhabra this allegations proves out to be true to a great extent. Just wait, don’t think about the money factor here as she is greedy for something else. This man calls Shraddha Kapoor, the Ashiqui 2 lead actress as one of the greediest star kid, which he has ever has worked with. Whether you talk about her hunger for getting acting lessons, or dance steps, she is always ready to go for an extra take or catching up the workshop sessions a hour before in order to make up the missed classes. Chhabra calls Kapoor as one of the best student. The man who has worked with her in different movies right from her debut one called Teen Pattti in 2010 to Aashiqui 2, Ek Villain and now the one called Haider, finds the lady actor as one of the best in terms of honing her acting skills.

Shraddha Kapoor

The temptations seems growing for honing better acting skills

The man goes to an extent in claiming that her growing star value has hardly changed her attitude. However, the world around this actress has changed a lot, without even affecting her by an inch. Well, now she has started getting overwhelming response from the audience and filmmakers. The people who have hardly known to her are seen approaching her to make a movie with this actress. She claims that her fame of Aashiqui 2 seems to be chasing her all the way she goes.   She cites out an instance in Jaipur wherein she was there for her film promotion Ek Villain, however, the moment she stepped out in a store people in hordes yelling in chorus calling her Aarohi the character name of her in Aashiqui 2. At the age of 24, she seems to have made her marks on the hearts of countless people.

The phases in Shraddha’s life

If you look at the career of this lady, it can be divided into two different phases- the pre and post Aashqui 2 phases. Before this movie she was nobody, while after the movie she is everything. This has given another hits like Ek Villain, which in no time is close to the 100 crore mark. She has new film offers like Haider and the sequel of ABCD (Any Body Can Dance 2). Though she had a tough start in her career, which taught her a lot, hence she doesn’t want to choose all the films coming in her way. She wants to go choosy and wants to accept role, which can help her in carving her niche as a versatile actor. Hence you can find her in the recent released movie Ek Villain, she is seen playing the happy go lucky and chirpy girl, while in her forthcoming movie called Haider, she would be seen in a feisty Kashmiri journalist role as per the character of Ophelia.

Shraddha an ace actress

She is lucky enough to work with good actors, who all have left no stone unturned to make and shape her acting skills. She is often seen high in her spirits and confidence and often believes in doing things on her own rather staying in her comfort zone trying the same old things. Being an actor, she is seen thriving on the real life experiences. Whether it is her expeditions like the recent camping trip to Nevada desert or her newly discovered singing skill sets, she is always ready to explore unknown and new avenues. She was seen stunning in her song Teri Galliyan of Ek Villain as she wants to tread the path of Farhan Akhtar who also sings and act in his movies. She claims that she had the music in her persona, which she gives the credit to her aunts. Though as per her there were many who discouraged her to try out something new, however, she has the habit of prospering with unexpected results. She says, she always wanted to be an actor since she was young, however, in middle she wanted to be another professional simply because she doesn’t want to live with the tag that her film background has given a safer launch pad for her in the acting world. Finally the destiny has its own decision to make and she landed into acting wherein she is leaving no stone unturned to establish herself as a versatile actor.

Manoj L


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