New Delhi: Young and promising new actress, Ashlesha Thakur aka Dhriti from The Family Man collection shot to fame for portraying her half too nicely, particularly in the second installment of the Manoj Bajpayee starrer.
She performs Bajpayee and Priyamani’s teenage daughter in ‘The Family Man’ collection.
In an interview with News18, Ashlesha Thakur opened up on kissing on-screen. “I was very nervous. It was a really new factor for me to do. I needed to carry maturity to the character and not have that kidd-ish manner of appearing. I wished to make it look very pure and spontaneous. I watched a lot of net collection the place there’s a love curiosity concerned. I researched and studied a lot. Shooting the kissing scene could be very technical. It is no enjoyable. It is my work and regardless of the necessities are as an actor, I needs to be snug with it…I belief my administrators and didn’t fear about what it could seem like on display screen as a result of I understand how meticulous they’re with their writing,” she stated.
About the kidnapping scenes in The Family Man 2, the younger actress stated, “It was exhausting and emotionally and mentally difficult for me. Getting kidnapped was one thing that was making me very nervous. I didn’t wish to do this scene. I was telling Raj and Suparn sir, ‘let’s do it one other day’. When I did the primary take, I was confused whether or not I was doing the proper factor. When the administrators supported me, I knew I was heading in the right direction.” She additionally spoke about receiving proposals on social media platforms. “I’ve a lot of ‘rishtas’ in my DMs and persons are sending me the creepiest and the sweetest of messages. I like the eye however I don’t know the way a lot of it’s true.”
The Family Man is directed by Raj and DK and its second season The Family Man 2 streamed on Amazon Prime Video in June. It marked the digital debut of South star Samantha Akkineni in a pivotal position. The present will reportedly be again for a season 3 and the excitement is already excessive.