Saiyami Kher was chosen for Mirzya character after 6 months of auditioning

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Saiyami Kher too belongs to a film family like Harshvardhan.

Though Saiyami Kher started her career with a Telugu film, Rey, making her Bollywood debut in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Mirziya was tough, according to her.

“It couldn’t get any better for me. I was chosen for ‘Mirzya’ after six months of auditioning. Then, when I finally got selected, Rakeysh Sir took me to Delhi to be trained by theatre director Dilip Shankar”, she said.

“I evolved as a person and as an actor over the last two years when I worked on this film,” says Saiyami.

Saiyami share screen space with another debutant, Harshvardhan Kapoor, son of actor Anil Kapoor.

“My co-star Harshvardhan Kapoor has already moved on. He is doing a second film. I am still emotionally attached to ‘Mirzya’. I know everyone will disperse soon. But how do I deal with it? It’s like end of schooling. You know you have to move on in life. But the break is very painful,” she added.

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She looks at Mehra as a guardian beyond her home. “He is family now. He has taught me so much and do you know, he’s a fabulous cook. His mutton curry is to die for,” she said.

Saiyami speaks about her co-stars diet habits with a smile. “I am a complete foodie. Harshvardhan measures every morsel he eats. So I’d be devouring my mutton curry while he would be nibbling on his 200 grams of broccoli,” she said.

But the two of them had an amazing time together. “Our characters function in two time zones and we shot the two stories like two different films. Mehra shot us in one time zone first, then the other.

“For one of the two characters I had to get a muscular physique and look like an Amazonian warrior. Muscle is something usually associated in our films with the male actors. So it was a fun and challenge to break that mould and the myth,” she said.

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Saiyami too belongs to a film family like  Harshvardhan .

“The late actress Usha Kiron was my Daadi. I was only 10 when she passed away. I knew nothing about her films and work .I knew her only as my doting grandma. It’s now that I am catching up with her work.I feel humbled by all the talent around me,” she said. – CINEWS

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