Kashmiri youth of today doesn’t know what ‘to be left behind’ means. And looking at the current scenario we can conclude that we are making a mark everywhere, and this goes true for both boys and girls.
Proving her medal and breaking the taboos, Aqsa Bhatt, a Kashmiri girl, is making her mark in the entertainment industry.
Aqsa Bhatt, who made her acting debut with Malayalam film Life of Josutty, has spoken about her Tamil debut, Oru Melliya Kodu. According to a report from Times of India, the pretty actress has revealed that her character in the film has negative shades to it.
“The film is a suspense thriller and I play a teenager in the film. What is special about the film is every character in the film, including me, has both positive and gray shades. That is what adds mystery to the film.”
Aqsa, who is currently shooting for a yet untitled Malayalam flick, has said director AMR Ramesh did not audition her for the role.
“I didn’t have to audition for the film really. The director saw a few of my clippings and cast me. The film was actually shot in both Kannada and Tamil simultaneously. The Kannada version, ‘Game’, has already released.”