‘I’m constantly hungry for great content’
“As an artist, I’m constantly looking for good scripts. I’m constantly hungry for great content and I have been fortunate enough to get the trust of some of the best filmmakers of our country,” she says.
Bhumi Pednekar has back to back six films releasing in the next 12 months and she maintains that she is constantly hungry for good cinema. “As an artist, I’m constantly looking for good scripts. I’m constantly hungry for great content and I have been fortunate enough to get the trust of some of the best filmmakers of our country,” she says.
She adds that her next films are also scripts that are extremely diverse. “Each one of them is a project that will present me in an extremely different avatar and that’s what excites me to do cinema,” adds the Shubh Mangal Saavdhan actress.
Bhumi believes that audiences are only consuming good cinema and it is a great time to be an actress. “From my first film, I have done characters that are strong and have a major impact on the story of a film. I wouldn’t have chosen to do these films if they were any different. I’m really excited about my next set of films because they have given me super exciting and memorable characters to portray. I’m in a great phase of my career and I want to keep doing my best with every single film that I do,” she adds.
Her line-up includes – Bala, a social satire on pre-mature balding, Dolly Kitty Aur Wo Chamakte Sitare, a drama about dreams and aspirations of women, Saand Ki Aankh, biopic in which she plays the world’s oldest sharpshooter from India, Pati Patni Aur Woh, a romantic comedy and the multi starrer Takht, to be directed by Karan Johar.