Aayush Sharma

Debu­tante AAYUSH SHARMA, who is all set to make a mark with his film LoveR­a­tri, spills the beans about his up­com­ing film, act­ing, life and more. Read on…

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LoveR­a­tri is your de­but film. How did you man­age to bond with your co-star Wa­rina Hussain? Dur­ing our work­shops, Wa­rina and I be­came good friends and it re­ally helped us per­form our char­ac­ters also be­cause it’s not only my first film but Wa­rina’s first film as well. And we both shared our ner­vous­ness be­fore our shots. So that’s what re­ally worked for us and we gelled re­ally well.

What was your wife Ar­pita’s re­ac­tion when she first saw the trailer of the film?

She was very emo­tional and that was sur­pris­ing be­cause she has seen so many trailer launches. But this was a very spe­cial one since she has been in­volved in the mak­ing of LoveR­a­tri since the be­gin­ning. So she was re­ally very ex­cited but more re­lieved, I guess, and thanked God that I have done a good job.

Ayush, your char­ac­ter in the film is of a Gu­jarati boy. Did you have to learn the lan­guage for your role?

The film is based on a fes­ti­val, which is be­ing cel­e­brated in Gu­jarat. So I had to learn ba­sic Gu­jarati stuff, like their ac­cent and their way of life. A part of the shoot­ing took place in Gu­jarat so we got ac­cus­tomed to the food there. And yes, I know some phrases in Gu­jarati like Kem­cho! (laughs).

Who is that one ac­tor who you look up to in Bol­ly­wood?

I am ac­tu­ally a big movie buff so I have watched a lot of movies since child­hood. The ac­tors who I ad­mire are Sal­man Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Aamir sir. And as a child, I was a huge fan of Hrithik Roshan and I still like him.

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