Tara Sutaria: “I choose a project based on the story, every film and every role has been a learning experience”
Tara Sutaria: Choose my projects based on my strength and weakness
Actress Tara Sutaria says her movie decisions are represented by how well she fits in the world envisioned by the writer and director. The 25-year-old actress began her acting profession as a child artiste with Disney India show “Big Bada Boom” (2010) and made her debut as a female lead with “Student of the Year 2”. She followed it up with action-romance “Marjaavaan” and is presently preparing for the arrival of “Tadap”, opposite Ahan Shetty.
In an interview with PTI, Sutaria said, “I choose a project based on the story and whether I can fit into the world of what the director envisions. I take into consideration my strengths and weaknesses and then make my choices. I feel blessed to be part of these films and play such different roles. Every film and every role has been a learning experience.”
She added, “In ‘Tadap’, I am playing a character who is completely opposite of who I am in real life, the character also has a lot of shades, so it was interesting to play her.”
Sutaria said she saw the original film prior to starting the work on “Tadap” and in a flash fell in love with the romantic tale.
“It is an intense love story and tragedy that appealed to me when I saw the original film and read the script. It is different from what I have done in the past. I didn’t want to lose out on not doing it,” she said.