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Kriti Kharbanda was called ‘Mohtarma’ by Amitabh Bachchan While Filming Chehre

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While many thought that we already had a lot in the new crop of stars, it seems like Bollywood is still churning out more and more actors every day. One such star is Kriti Kharbanda who made her debut a few years ago, but is only being noticed now that she’s landed some big projects. The actress was last seen in Housefull 4 with a star cast of Akshay Kumar, Bobby Deol, Riteish Deshmukh, Kriti Sanon and Pooja Hedge, and will be next seen in Pagalpanti with John Abraham and Anil Kapoor.

But that’s not all from the budding star. Kriti will also be sharing screen space along with the legend Amitabh Bachchan in their upcoming film together, Chehre. In a recent interview, the actress shared her experience on working with the ace performer. She said, “On the first day of shoot, after my first take, I went to check my shot. Everyone said it was good. Amit ji looked at me and asked, ‘You want one more?’ I said.’Yes.’ Then he asked me, ‘Why?’ I looked at him and said, ‘Sir ek aur kartein hain please (let’s have one more take please)’. He said, ‘You don’t need to request me, you need to be happy as an actor. Mohtarma aiye, ek aur shot letein hain’. That’s the first time someone called me mohtarma and I was thinking, ‘That’s so cool!'”

Kriti continued, “While acting, I forgot he was Amitabh Bachchan. It is something you need to forget because he has such a strong personality. It is difficult to hold your ground in front of him. I think I managed and did very well. He was happy and he said, ‘Very well done’. For me, that was my biggest compliment, that too on my first day of shoot with him.” Chehre, which also stars Emraan Hashmi, will hit screens on February 21, 2020.



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