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Disha Patani: I don’t aim to be a superstar

Actress Disha Patani says she will not be searching for being one of the best within the business and would not purpose to be a celebrity.

Requested if she fears failure, Disha advised IANS over telephone from Mumbai: “I feel probably the most wonderful factor about me becoming a member of the Bollywood trade…I by no means intention to be a celebrity, I by no means consider to be like the most effective. That is not what I’m in search of.”

“I like to work, I like the digital camera and I wish to act. I need to do completely different type of issues in appearing and doing a movie does not solely embrace performing, it contains dancing and plenty of different issues.”

Disha, who made her performing debut in 2015 with the movie “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story”, added that she likes the entire aura about taking pictures on a set, and by no means thinks about failure and success.

“I perceive that you simply can’t at all times be on the highest or be the perfect. It isn’t in my thoughts proper now. Possibly, I believe it’s too early. I’m only a movie outdated,” she stated.

The 24-12 months-previous says she is just eager about doing good movies and “components that folks would keep in mind”.

She is gearing up for the discharge of her forthcoming movie “Kung Fu Yoga”, which can even star legendary actor Jackie Chan. Within the movie, which is slated to launch on January 28 subsequent yr, Disha might be seen enjoying an archaeologist.

The Sino-Indian challenge is a part of the three-movie settlement signed between China and India throughout Chinese language President Xi Jinping’s current go to to India.

The movie additionally stars actors Amyra Dastur and Sonu Sood. Directed by Stanley Tong, the motion comedy movie was shot in India, Dubai and Beijing.

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