Yami says his ‘worst feeling’ to do a project reluctantly | Bollywood

Even though she started her journey in the films with clarity about the kind of roles she wanted to portray, actor Yami Gautam says the “out of sight, out of mind” approach deviated her towards making conventional choices. The Himachal Pradesh-born actor made her debut with 2012’s Vicky Donor and followed it up with films such as Badlapur and Kaabil. In between, she featured in some stereotypical heroine roles, but according to her, things changed for the better after Uri: The Surgical Strike and Bala, both 2019 releases. Read also: Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga trailer: Yami Gautam-Sunny Kaushal make a perfect pair, or are they partners in crime?

Yami Gautam will now be seen in Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga.

“For me the awareness has always been there since my first film. When I look back 10 years ago, I auditioned for a film like Vicky Donor, which can sound so different from what it actually was… Even then, I was clear about what films I wanted to be associated with.

“But your real journey starts with your second film. It’s not about success with a particular film, it’s about what comes after that and how you sustain that. I think that’s a bigger challenge,” Yami told PTI in an interview here.

Looking back, the 34-year-old actor said there were certain decisions she took on how she wanted to be seen. “At the end of the day it’s like, ‘out of sight, out of mind’ so you have to do something. If a certain kind of movie comes along, you do it. One is like, ‘Okay, let’s do it.’ ‘. But there is no fun in it,” she added.

She has evolved into a much more careful artist now and only considers a project based on the script, Yami said. “I read a script very carefully and make my notes, even for the films I don’t make. I share it with the director how I feel for the writers. They spend so much time writing, so you owe them that respect. . “

The actor said her failures taught her that there are no “shortcuts”. “Everyone has to go through ups and downs. It’s a learning curve that we all have to go through the hard way. Hard way is the best way, there are no shortcuts to anything,” she added.

Over the years, Yami believes she has also come to realize that being a part of something that doesn’t have her heart is the “worst” feeling. “There’s a time when you become fearless and feel that rather than doing that, it’s good to sit at home and wait… Because I’ve done that in the past and it’s the worst feeling.

“You get up uninspired and every moment is heavy… So now I look at things I believe in,” said the actor, adding that she has not signed a new project so far and is awaiting the release of her film. Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga. The film, also starring Sharad Kelkar and Sunny Kaushal, is billed as a fast-paced heist thriller. It is directed by Ajay Singh and produced by Amar Kaushik and Dinesh Vijan of Maddock Films.

Yami said she is grateful to Kaushik and Vijan for offering her yet another interesting role in their widely acclaimed film Bala. “Amar gave me one of the most important films of my life, Bala. I can’t thank him, Niren (Bhatt, writer) and Dinu (Vijan) for literally resurrecting my career enough,” she said.

“When people had no expectations from me… That time they gave me such an important role and this time they didn’t offer me anything like that either,” she added.

Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga is a story of a hostess (Yami) and her businessman beau (Sunny) who are on a mission to steal diamonds to free themselves from the clutches of a loan shark. However, the heist goes horribly wrong when the very plane carrying the diamonds is caught in a hostage situation.

Yami said her character of an air hostess, named Neha, allowed her to grow as a performer. “This film is an opportunity that is interesting, challenging, entertaining, engaging and allows me to nurture myself as an actor,” she added. Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga will be released on Netflix on March 24.

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