‘THIS YEAR HAS BEEN POS­I­TIVE’

Disha Patani is ex­cited that she started 2018 with Baaghi 2 and is end­ing the year shoot­ing with Sal­man Khan

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - TIME OUT -

Hav­ing started the year with a bang, Disha Patani is now set to end the year on a high note. The ac­tor is cur­rently shoot­ing for the last sched­ule of Bharat in Mum­bai, and will wrap-up the shoot by the end of the year. While she started the year with the ac­tion en­ter­tainer, Baaghi 2, which was a box-of­fice suc­cess, Disha is happy that she gets to end 2018 on the sets of an­other ac­tion film.

A source re­veals, “While Disha shot for Baaghi 2 in Thai­land, and the pic­turesque lo­ca­tion of back­wa­ters in Ker­ala, Bharat is be­ing shot at an elab­o­rate set in Mum­bai. Work­ing with Tiger Shroff and Sal­man Khan — the big­gest ac­tion he­roes in Bol­ly­wood was ex­tremely spe­cial for her. The ac­tor es­says the role of a trapeze artist in the Sal­man Khan star­rer and has shot for ex­ten­sive ac­tion se­quences in a cir­cus set up in the first sched­ule. Slip­ping into the char­ac­ter of a trapeze artist, the ac­tor has been work­ing re­lent­lessly on the sets to add au­then­tic­ity to her char­ac­ter. Disha trained in Mixed Mar­tial Arts and gym­nas­tics for the film along with fol­low­ing a strict diet.”

Talk­ing about it, Disha says, “The year 2018 has been great for me. I have al­ways been fond of work­ing in ac­tion­packed films, and luck­ily, both my films this year have ful­filled my wishes. The un­prece­dented suc­cess of Baaghi 2, my sec­ond film af­ter MS Dhoni (2016), got me a lot of love from fans across the globe. Bharat has been very spe­cial for me, as I bagged a role op­po­site Sal­man Khan so early in my ca­reer. My role in Bharat has been very chal­leng­ing. This year has been a pos­i­tive year to me and I am very grate­ful.”

Sneha Ma­hade­van

Bharat has been very spe­cial for me as I bagged a role op­po­site Sal­man Khan so early in my ca­reer. DISHA PATANI, AC­TOR

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.