Kajol Said: SRK once told me I should learn how to act

In her more than two-decade-long acting profession, Kajol Devgn has gotten a handle on the little-known techniques one film at any given moment. In an ongoing meeting, the Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham star discussed taking in the ropes of following up on set.

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Out of all the Bollywood films she has featured in, Kajol recorded down her three most loved ones. What’s more, no, none of the ones we expected made the cut! These incorporate her 1992 presentation Bekhudi, Udhar Ki Zindagi (1994) and Dushman (1998), revealed Hindustan Times.

While the initial two movies might not have been blockbusters, they helped Kajol develop as a craftsman.” All three movies are totally not quite the same as one another. There was no associate however that is the thing that drove me to take up these movies as I learnt something new every time as an on-screen character,” she said.

Kajol included Bekhudi showed her the nuts and bolts of acting. “I learnt such a great amount from that film. It was one of the principal films in which I worked with screenwriter and form picture taker Gautam Rajadhyaksha and cosmetics craftsman Mickey Contractor. They were to a great degree supportive and stunning with me.” The film additionally holds an extraordinary place in Kajol’s heart since her mom and performer Tanuja played her on-screen mother.

Then again, Kajol uncovered Udhar Ki Zindagi was an extremely exceptional film. “I had a discussion amid Baazigar with Shah Rukh Khan and he disclosed to me I ought to figure out the proper behavior and I resembled, ‘I am doing as such impressively well’. He revealed to me I expected to wear out as a performing artist. I felt like he babbles some of the time. Be that as it may, when I was shooting for Udhar Ki Zindagi, I resembled, ‘I can’t do films that are so overwhelming and it drains such a great amount out of you’. I would not like to do that any longer.”

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