Bollywood actress Sanya Malhotra has earned lots of praises after her performance in the recently released film titled Pagglait. She marked her Hindi film debut with the movie Dangal, playing the character of Babita Kumar. The film also featured Aamir Khan in a key role. For some years now, the Dangal actress has won the hearts of the audience and viewers. In an interview, Sanya Malhotra opened up about her Dangal co-star Aamir Khan. The actress shared her thoughts on if she thinks Aamir Khan is a perfectionist.
Speaking with ETimes, when asked if she is following the footsteps of Aamir Khan where she just wants to be perfect all the time, Sanya reacted and responded. She said, “I am very passionate. I think perfectionism has a very negative connotation attached to it. The word itself.” Talking about Aamir Khan, Sanya said, “I would say he is very passionate about his work.” She added, “I was very critical about my work.” Sanya said that Aamir Khan is very passionate about his work in the movies.
During the interview, Sanya also shared some details about her prep for the role of Sandhya in Pagglait. The actress heaped praises of the film’s script and mentioned she always had a journal with her on the sets. Malhotra shared that her journal helped her understand every detail about the life surrounding her character Sandhya. She also said that she is currently living her dream life. The actress also credited Dangal for the career in films she has today because it was her first.
Meanwhile, after watching Sanya’s performance in the film Pagglait, national-award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut also expressed her thoughts. Ranaut heaped praises of Malhotra’s performance in a tweet she made on Twitter. Also Read: World Health Day: Vidya Balan Sarcastically Asks People Isn’t Weight Part Of Your Health, After Being Targeted For Her Weight On Several Occasions
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