Actor Konkona Sensharma has revealed that her greatest worry is ‘large chunky Hindi dialogues’ and added that her son helps her with the prep. In a current dialogue, Konkona opened up when requested about her ‘biggest fear’ as an actor.

Konkona Sensharma has a 10-year-old son Haroon and was earlier married to actor Ranvir Shorey. The duo tied the knot in 2010 however separated in 2015. Their former couple received divorced final 12 months in August. They share joint custody of their son.

Recently, throughout her dialog with Rajeev Masand on the Actors’ Roundtable 2021, Konkona mentioned, “I have a couple of fears, one is, of course, like big chunky Hindi dialogues. That’s my biggest fear. I’m just ratoing (learn by heart) from like days and weeks in advance. Getting my son to help me now, which is great. But that’s my biggest fear. Sometimes if I find in the script level I’ve very lengthy monologues then I say ‘No’. I say, ‘I can’t do’. I don’t like the thing that one character is explaining everything. I don’t want to explain the whole movie, don’t do it through me. The script should be better.”

She additionally added, “I don’t want to learn long Hindi lines. I find it scary with the gender and things like that and everything in sync. And the other thing I don’t like at all is…sometimes if you have to look at the lens and the camera is here (close to the face) and you have to look into the lens, that’s really weird.”

Konkona has labored in lots of movies throughout genres and languages together with Mr and Mrs Iyer (2002), Page 3 (2005), Omkara and Deadline: Sirf 24 Ghante (2006), Life in a Metro, Traffic Signal and Laaga Chunari Mein Daag (2007). She additionally featured in Luck by Chance and Wake Up Sid (2009), Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge (2010), Talvar (2015), Akira (2016) and Lipstick Under My Burkha (2017) amongst many different movies.

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Recently, she received the perfect actor (feminine) award on the Asian Academy Creative Awards 2021 for her portrayal of Bharti Mondal in Geeli Puchhi section of the Netflix anthology Ajeeb Daastaans.

She can even function in Kuttey alongside Arjun Kapoor, Radhika Madan, Naseeruddin Shah, Kumud Mishra, Shardul Bhardwaj, and Tabu. Presented by T-Series, the movie marks the directorial debut of Aasmaan Bhardwaj.

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