Si­b­lings Neil and Na­man are mad and fun: Adah

Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - City - - ENTERTAINMENT - Navya Khar­banda

She is work­ing with si­b­lings Neil Nitin Mukesh and Na­man Nitin Mukesh in an up­com­ing film and ac­tor Adah Sharma says it is a fun ex­pe­ri­ence to be on the sets with the broth­ers as they share a great ca­ma­raderie.

Adah and Neil star in Na­man’s di­rec­to­rial de­but, By­pass Road. Talk­ing about the duo, the ac­tor says, “They are both quite mad. But they are fun. I like it that way. They are both very hon­est to each other and to me. So, it was very nice to have that kind of com­fort.”

Adah, who is cur­rently shooting for the film, is all praise for her co-star Neil and the di­rec­tor: “Both of them are re­ally sorted. They know what they are do­ing. They are re­ally taking care of me to see that I look good and act well.”

The ac­tor also dropped a few hints about the story of By­pass Road and says the film is sim­i­lar to the Hollywood film Me Be­fore You (2016). “It is a dif­fer­ent role for me,” says Adah, who started her ca­reer with a hor­ror film — 1920, which re­leased in 2008 — and went on to do ro­man­tic come­dies and ac­tion films.

Adah says that she is al­ways on the look­out for dif­fer­ent types of roles and also does not want to re­peat her­self.

“I don’t want to re­peat my roles. Even in my Tel­ugu ca­reer, I have not re­peated my roles. It was re­ally tough be­cause there are films where you have to be the same per­son and peo­ple give you the same type of thing. I am re­ally that happy that directors see po­ten­tial in you,” she shares.

Talk­ing about her up­com­ing ven­tures,

Adah adds, “I will share screen space with Prab­hud­heva. The film is called Char­lie Chap­lin 2 and am play­ing a psy­chol­ogy stu­dent. My role in it is in­spired by that of Ju­lia Roberts in My Best Friend’s Wed­ding.”


Neil Nitin Mukesh and Na­man Nitin MukeshAc­tor Adah Sharma is in a film with Neil Nitin Mukesh, di­rected by his brotherNa­man

Vir Das

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