Fame hasn’t changed Swara, says friend Amol

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - Shreya Mukher­jee

In show­biz, fame is said to bring about a change in an ac­tor’s per­sona and af­fect per­sonal re­la­tion­ships. How­ever, ac­tor Amol Parashar (right) feels other­wise about his friend and co-star Swara Bhaskar (far right), whom he has known for al­most five years now. Amol says that even af­ter do­ing so well in films, Swara hasn’t let fame af­fect her in­ter-per­sonal re­la­tions and is still the same per­son.

“I met Swara at an au­di­tion, and she’s a dear friend. Even af­ter do­ing such good work in the past few years, she is still the same per­son — bub­bly, ac­tive and smil­ing, who never thinks twice be­fore speak­ing her mind,” says the ac­tor, who was seen in web se­ries such as Tripling and Bisht, Please. Amol and Swara will soon be seen to­gether in film­maker Gau­rav S Sinha’s Aap­key Kam­rey Mein Koi Re­hta Hai. The film also stars Sumeet Vyas of Per­ma­nent Room­mates (web se­ries) fame.

Re­fer­ring to Swara’s films such as Raan­jhanaa (2013), Tanu Weds Manu Re­turns (2015), Nil Bat­tey San­nata (2016) and Anaarkali of Aarah (2017), Amol feels that such va­ri­ety of films prove her ca­pa­bil­ity as an ac­tor and he’s happy that Swara’s tal­ent has fi­nally paid off. “She has al­ways been a good ac­tor. But recog­ni­tion came in late for her. It’s just a be­gin­ning, Swara has much more within her to sur­prise all,” says Amol, who be­gan his ca­reer with Rocket Singh: Sales­man of the Year (2009).

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