Mumbai, Feburary 9 (CINEWS): While numerous on-screen characters might think that its extreme to change starting with one film then onto the next, Divya Dutta says that she adores this bit about her calling.
“I appreciate traveling between different films. In Nitin Kakar’s film, I have a sweet yet intense part. At that point in Chalk N Duster, I had a charming part. In Shyam Benegal’s film, I have a completely distinctive look. It’s amusing to see an alternate picture of yourself,” she says.
Known for her parts in movies, for example, Badlapur (2015), Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013), Heroine (2012) and Veer-Zaara (2004), Divya says that the chief is the main thing she takes a gander at when marking a film.
“It is essential to be coordinated well. A decent chief will dependably work in the support of the film. In addition, I realize that I have achieved a stage where nobody will squander me as a performer,” she says.