Nushrat Bharucha Has Done Mostly Male-Centric Movies But Doesn’t Mind. It’s More Important To Do A Good Film, She Says
Nushrat Bharucha who was seen in critically acclaimed films like Pyaar Ka Punchnama 1 and 2, Sonu Ki Titu Ki Sweety and more is currently busy promoting her next film, Dream Girl alongside Ayushmann Khurrana. This year is definitely a happening year for Nushrat as she will also be seen in Hurdang with Sunny Kaushal and in Turram Khan opposite Rajkummar Rao. The trailer of Dream Girl grabbed everyone’s attention but we could barely see Nushrat Bharucha in it but here’s hoping there’s more of her in the film.
Nushrat Bharucha is super happy and busy at the moment and says she is in love with her job and could do this job for 50 hours in a day too! Her co-star, Ayushmann Khurrana stole the limelight in the trailer, but looks like the actress has a different view on it. Speaking of the same, Nushrat said, “How could I have such apprehensions? All my other films have been about boys! Pyaar Ka Punchnama 1 and 2, Sonu Ke Titu ki Sweety (2018) were about boys only. I’m the last female actor who’d worry about that. For me, being part of a good film is far more important than having to think what my character is. Of course, it cannot be insignificant, or I cannot be hardly there in the film.”
Nushrat Bharucha is clearly confident about delivering in whatever role she picks up regardless of the length of her role. When asked on what basis she chooses her films, she said, “When I heard these films I’m doing, I listened to them as an audience. A simple thought is there: ‘Am I enjoying the narrations as an audience or not, will I pay money to go and watch this in the theatres?’ I’m a complete massy 1990s child, I love that era. I wouldn’t enjoy a film which has been said in a certain way already. I wouldn’t watch it again, but if something similar is said in a different way, there is something interesting added to it, it makes you watch it. When I heard these three films, I was really entertained, Dream Girl specifically. I needed to be a part of this film because it was so funny — from the first scene narrated to me, to me laughing throughout the film!”
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On opening up on male actors taking away the credit of the film’s success, something Kriti Sanon had also commented on, Nushrat said, “I don’t know when Kriti had said this,” Nushrat admits, “But if you ask me, a film always has to be credited to everybody, and not just the male or female star. Somebody writes the film, the thought is really the winner, then somebody who is executing it, the director is putting it out there. Then the producer executes it, and takes it to millions of people across the world. I think a film is largely always bigger than the actor, and it has to be credited to the entire team. That’s the thought I have, aage ka main jaanti nahi hoon.”