Nausheen Ali Sardar, who at long last makes her debut as a Scottish violin teacher, Anjani Dutt, in Vikram Bhatt’s Three, admits that she’s made plenty of mistakes in choosing movie projects.
“I admit I didn’t choose my projects wisely. I was the queen of soaps and a top-rated model on TV. I had done 100 commercials before taking on Kkusum. I didn’t have anyone to guide me through,” says Sardar.
Ask her if she’s apprehensive about the switch, she says that TV had happened by chance. So there are no apprehensions.
“Becoming a TV actress wasn’t my dream. I’m not satisfied by the small screen experience.
Today I can host a reality show but I don’t want to lose my identity becoming another bahu on TV, even if Ekta Kapoor offers it to me,” says Sardar.
She continues, “I aimed to become a movie star. I made wrong choices and wised up. So many movies were supposed to be my debut vehicles. I would wait endlessly to see them release but none of them did. The list includes 42 Kms. Eventually I’m debuting with Three,” says Sardar.
When asked about what went wrong with 42 Kms, she informs that the movie was stuck in litigation issues and will release towards the end of the year.
Right now, the actress who’s been breezing in and out of script sessions, says that she’s hopeful that Three doesn’t feel lost in the crowd of multiple movies which will release over the weekend.
“Pravin Bhatt, Vikram’s father has shot the movie. Vikram wrote the dialogue. It’s turned out very well. So, I’m hoping we get our share of the audience,” she smiles.