Nushrat keeps her­self away from tabloids

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Ac­tor Nushrat Bharucha (right), who is best known for her role in the film Pyar ka Punch­nama (2011), says that she does not read news­pa­pers as news about other ac­tors’ ca­reers makes her ner­vous. “Com­pe­ti­tion makes me ap­pre­hen­sive. If I read re­ports of an ac­tor bag­ging a pro­ject, I feel why was I not cast. I try to deal with this by keep­ing my­self away from tabloids,” says the 30-year-old ac­tor.

While she is open to tak­ing up dif­fer­ent roles, Nushrat has a few guide­lines too. “I am not okay do­ing a film where the con­cept of a woman is ob­jec­ti­fied. But of course, if there is a story like Parched, which com­ments on the state of women, I will be open to be­ing a part of it,” she says, adding that she is not com­fort­able tak­ing up too many projects si­mul­ta­ne­ously. “I have al­ways done one film at a time. I am com­fort­able with that. I want to start a film and then have dates to see it right till the end,” says Nushrat, who will soon be seen in the se­quel of Pyaar Ka Punch­nama.

“The first film came out four years back. I feel that this is the right time for the se­quel,” she signs off.

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