Saturday, 11 October 2014

'My directors feel that I can fix my heroes'

Haider was ShraddhaKapoor's first intense film but the actress says that never once did she feel drained out. "No, I did not feel drained and the credit for it goes to the director, Vishal Sir. He is so loving, I like the way he talks. He is very warm and encouraging," says Shraddha.

However, the petite actress is seen romancing intense and brooding heroes in many of her films. In Aashiqui 2, she romanced Aditya who suffered from alcohol abuse and then in Ek Villain she was again shown in a turbulent relationship with Sidharth Malhotra's character which was again of brooding nature.

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Further, in Haider, Shahid Kapoor's character is of quirky and serious nature. "Ya, true, they are all serious, I don't know what is it. Is it that my directors feel that I can fix my heroes (laughs)? And as I am fixing them I start feeling and empathizing for them through the journey. I don't have any complaint about that. Through my character I deal with the brooding aspect of people," she laughs.

WATCH: Shraddha Kapoor in Haider

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