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Can't say doing love stories or intense films is difficult: Shraddha Kapoor

Post Haseena Parkar, the actress will next be seen in Sujeeth's Saaho and Amole Gupte's Saina.


Actress Shraddha Kapoor says the genre of a film is not the real challenge and that it lies in improving her work with every project.

Kapoor, who is busy promoting her upcoming film Haseena Parkar, was asked whether she prefers doing romantic films or intense movies.

"Each film has its own challenge. I can't say doing love stories is difficult or doing intense films is difficult. I think the challenge for me is to do better work and make improvement in my craft," the actress replied.

After Haseena Parkar, Kapoor will next be seen in the biopic of Indian badminton player Saina Nehwal in Amole Gupte's Saina and in Sujeeth's Saaho opposite actor Prabhas.

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Talking about the two films, she said: "I haven't started shooting for Saina yet. I am preparing for it and shooting of the film will take place after some time because there is lot of pre-production work and research to be done with that film [sic]," she said.

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Kapoor will start shooting her first multi-lingual film Saaho. "Now I will start shooting for Saaho. It's my first multi-lingual film which we will shoot in Hindi and Telugu. Recently, I spent two days in Hyderabad for the readings of Saaho with Prabhas and I also met Saina Nehwal there. So, I am very excited for both these films," Kapoor exclaimed.

In Haseena Parkar, Shraddha will be seen on screen with her brother Siddhanth Kapoor. She says it was a fabulous experience.

"It's surreal actually. I still don't believe that we have done a film together. I feel when we get older, we will talk about memories of doing this film together. So when we will discuss this at that point of time, it will be a lot of fun."

Her role in the film is based on the sister of Mumbai don Dawood Ibrahim.

On portraying a negative character, Kapoor said: "I think this character is not in the negative space. It's a real life character about which there are lots of theories and guessing, but not many people know about her life. So I feel it's a true story of a woman who faced a lot in her life and dealt with some challenging circumstances. It's a story of a woman who has gone through a lot of hardship and loss in her life."

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