These days, many actresses are identifying as feminist and voicing their opinions in favour of matters like pay parity, but Shraddha Kapoor, who’s always been one to do things a little differently, prefers to call herself a humanist.
“I would like to believe that I am a humanist. I feel there should be an equality of rights on a human level,” Shraddha says.
The actress, who’s all set to make her south Indian debut with Saaho, seems to be having a great time working on the multi-lingual project.
“The entire team is awesome. Saaho is my first multilingual film it’s being made simultaneously in Telugu and Hindi,” she says.
Ask her how she’s getting on with memorising dialogues in Telugu, and she replies, “It is very challenging; I mug up every single one of my lines. But it’s a lot of fun as well. It’s quite something to be immersed in another world, a language that you’re not familiar with.”
Saaho, starring Prabhas, Shraddha Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Jackie Shroff, and Mandira Bedi, is a high-octane action film for which some crucial scenes are being shot in Dubai.
Meanwhile, Shraddha’s Batti Gul Meter Chalu has just come out this weekend....