Tara Sutaria: I have been told that it’s not ideal to do a two-heroine project
From her debut film Student Of The Year 2 to her upcoming movie Ek Villain Returns, Tara Sutaria has starred in movies featuring two heroines. However, in her forthcoming projects, she is all set to explore the solo heroine space. Ask her how she feels about it, and she says, “I don’t look at films in this fashion. People like to pit your co-actresses against you and talk about how you are sharing screen space with another heroine and also suggest that it is not ideal to do a two-heroine project, but I completely disagree with it. Some of my favorite films feature an ensemble cast. I feel in these movies everyone has an equal part to play. You rather have a five-minute role and shine in a good film than playing the lead of a not-so-great project.
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The actress enters the solo heroine territory with heropanti2 opposite tiger shroff and Tadap with c. When asked what sets her apart from the pool of actors who are making a mark in Bollywood today, she says, “There are so many factors that go into choosing an actor for a particular role. What sets me apart? Well, after meeting certain people and working with certain directors, I have realized that the thing about me that’s comforting is the fact that I am extremely real, which I feel is a good thing. My choices of films so far have been very commercial. So, when people sit down with me, the reaction I often get from them, which I treasure, is, ‘Oh, I thought of you in a specific way because of the choices of your films, but now we know that you are completely opposite