Spilling a few beans on the same topic, the lead actress told Times Now Digital, “I’m so thankful and thankful to God that ‘der aye durust aaye’, but it came. On the other hand, sometimes I feel very bad and hurt and sad, I wish I was younger once in a while, I would have so many opportunities. Because when I came there was only movies and Doordarshan, so yeah, I’m very grateful and I really thank God every day that I at least got it.
Neena also talked about her character “Manju Devi”. According to her, she was not inspired by her own life to embody the character on the screen. “While I’m at it, I don’t think like that. My acting method is different, but what you say is true, Manju Devi is my village version. Now she will also grow, like me, but in doing so, I work differently. My dress has to fit the character, the nylon saree and the veil over my head automatically makes me feel like her, then there’s the language and I mean the lines I say,” Neena said.
Elaborating further, she added, “I’ve acted for so many years that even when I don’t want to say something and just perform, I can do it like an average performance. So the main thing is to say what you say. Third, you listen to what the actor in front of you is saying, most people don’t listen, that happens to me too, so those things. What you say is true because it has many nuances.
On the work front, Neena will next be seen in Vikas Bahl’s “Goodbye” where she will share screen space with Amitabh Bachchan for the first time. The film will also feature actors like Rashmika Mandanna and Pavail Gulati in key roles.
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