“MS Dhoni” Famed Actress Kiara Advani is all geared up for with her Telugu debut and says “all the industries are same” and we should be proud of diversity.
Talking about working in “South” and “North” industry, Kiara reacted and said, “Both the industries are same, there is no difference. There is only language which is different, apart from that everything is same. The way of working, acting and emotions, all are same; they are universal things, so they are naturally same”
“And it is really amazing even today we are looking at it such a manner, it is south or north or Punjabi, we are one big country with mixed culture and languages, all the films are doing so well. So as Indians we should be proud and celebrates all these wonderful films”
After working in movies like Fugly, MS Dhoni and Machine, the actress is part of massive Telugu film, Bharat Ane Nenu, starring Mahesh Babu.
Talking about the film, Kiara said, “My film Bharat Anne Nenu, which is my debut Telugu project is releasing on 20th April, so I am really excited and I want everyone to go and watch the film. I am waiting for the audience reaction”
Apart from Bharat Ane Nenu, Kiara is part of “Love Stories” which is series of short films produced by Ronnie Screwvala and will have four short films by Anurag Kashyap, Dibaker Bannerjee, Zoya Akhtar and Karan Johar.
“We have made the announcement about Love Stories, produced Ronnie Screwvala. Four filmmakers will showcase their short stories, such as Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap and Dibakar Banerjee, four short stories are combined to make one big film, Love Stories, which will release on Netflix”
Further adding Kiara hinted about her role, she said, “I am playing a local Hyderabadi girl”
Talking about her style statement and fashion, Kiara said, “I am real badass inside but somehow on the outside I look like a pretty girl. We are flawed in our own ways, and the beauty is, owning up-to it and being confident in your own skin. So you can be a bit of both. And we all have multiple personalities and different sides to us”