The actor talks about how coming again to Mumbai from the USA introduced her a way of optimism about her profession
Actor Ileana D’Cruz spent the previous two years within the USA together with her household. And she reveals that the Covid-19 pandemic and the continual lockdowns took on a toll on her. It additionally gave rise to ideas pertaining to her profession.
Talking concerning the uncertainty that engulfed her, she elaborates, “The pandemic was something that threw people completely off guard. We didn’t expect it and know how to really deal with it. Having said that, 2020 wasn’t so bad for me. 2021 wasn’t the best year for me. It was really difficult. In fact, I got to a point when I was seriously considering if I should continue it. I think a lot of us went into a little bit of a funk.”
But the second she landed in Mumbai, issues started to take a optimistic flip. D’Cruz says, “When I came to Mumbai, it felt right and everything fell back in its place even though we were very much in the middle of a lockdown. There was a sense of optimism because of the support system around me. It was great that they were cheering me on.”
With two movies within the pipeline, the The Big Bull (2021) actor feels grateful to have pushed herself to maneuver ahead moderately than sitting nonetheless. “I’m glad that I stuck around. A lot of people were confused because I was in the US for a while and they assumed that I’ve moved there. I’m definitely not moving and I’m still here and very keen on doing lots and lots of work,” she asserts.
Having been part of a slew of economic flicks like Rustom (2016), Mubarakan (2017) and Pagalpanti (2019) prior to now, the 35-year-old actor now needs to do meatier elements. “I am seeking nuanced and complex roles. I definitely like doing commercial cinema but it’s a vague kind of a space. Sometimes, you can have a nuanced character in a commercial film, but it might also be rare to get both in one little package. In short, I want to do something that’s unexpected of me” she ends.
Trending Topics to Follow