Disha Patani is excited to work with Salman Khan for the second time in her career, after Bharat.
The actress plays his love interest in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai and tells Subhash K Jha, “He is very easygoing, and always makes me feel comfortable on set.”
This is your second film with Salman Khan after Bharat. How different is your equation with him this time?
The equation that Salman sir and I share is still the same.
Working with such an experienced and revered actor is an amazing learning opportunity, and I’m glad I got it twice.
He is very easygoing, and always makes me feel comfortable on set.
What should your fans expect in Radhe?
Fans should expect a whole lot of fun and action from Radhe
It’s an out-and-out mass entertainer that will hopefully keep the audience hooked to their seats till the very end.
Would you say Radhe is the biggest film of your career so far?
Radhe got me a chance to work with Prabhu (Deva) sir, Jackie (Shroff) sir and Salman sir.
All of them together which is a huge opportunity that I was fortunate enough for being considered for.
Any regrets about Radhe not releasing in theatres?
I’m eternally grateful that Radhe is being released this Eid and that we are able to spread some happy cheer and amongst the audience during these tough times.
What is your message to movie watchers during these times of the pandemic?
Anyone, who is stepping out, should follow all the necessary precautions and measures.
We are all going through a very crucial time.
To anyone is going to the cinemas, you should make sure that you undertake all the safety measures.
How have you been spending your time during the lockdown?
During this time, I am spending most of my time promoting Radhe.
I am also spending a lot of time with my pets.
I take out some time and talk to my family and friends too.
What are your plans for the coming months?
I am just waiting for the situation to abate and the lockdown to be lifted.
I will hopefully commence shooting for my upcoming films when things get better.
What’s the first thing you will to do once the pandemic ends?
I want to visit my family and friends, whom I haven’t been able to meet for a long time.
Other than that, I would like to go on sets and start shooting.
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