Aditi Rao feels blessed for the career upturn and has not overlooked the kindness shown to her by Bachchan family.
Aditi Rao, who initiated her career in 2008 in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s film Delhi 6, has certainly come a long way and is currently working with the likes of Sanjay Leela Bhansali and even Mani Ratnam. She is also frolicking a title role in Omung Kumar’s movie Bhoomi. The heroine feels sanctified for the career upturn and has not forgotten the sympathy shown to her by Bachchan family when she was just beginning out. She says, “Amitabh Bachchan has always spoken well, though he doesn’t certainly have to and so has Jayaji. Abhishek Bachchan has also been so sweet to me. I recollect feeling lost at the debut of Delhi 6 when Abhishek get hold of and made me feel contented. Amitabhji also thought to me ‘really great things are going to occur to you.’ I was excited and perplexed when he said that since I have such a small part in the movie! He and Jayaji have continued to care me since.”
Moreover, Aditi got her character in Padmavati on Jaya’s reference. “I am conscious of that,” breathes Aditi. “Such signs are not simple to forget. And one shouldn’t overlook them.” It’s signs like these that make Aditi smile at the notion that strangers can’t get into Bollywood simply. “I think we should bar the word ‘outsider’ in our entertainment commerce. Everybody is welcome. Not one person is an outsider.”
She confesses to being selective at the instant with her work. “Work is my only desire. I have no personal life. It’s just the workplaces and my home, and no deviations. I want to do movies that are eternal, like Kagaz Ke Phool.”