Nimrat Kaur, who was last seen in ‘The Test Case’ (2018), has not been doing much work in India and is busy with her international projects. What concerns the star more is quality rather than the quantity on her content. Kaur believes that more than the break, choosing right kind of work will help her earn the love and support of the audience back.
“I don’t like to scare myself with the [thought],” she continues, “I’d rather do something fantastic than something random just because I am out of the scene. I don’t want to do anything that isn’t worthy.”
Kaur thinks that breaks are good sometimes. “That kind of desperation might go against your productivity. I fear making such mistakes. So, a little bit of gap at times is good, it also helps in gathering more interest. Hopefully, when I come back, I’ll be accepted,” she adds, reports the Hindustan Times.
At the same time the 37-year-old shares how she is trying to strike a balance between her work in India and abroad. “I am putting all my attention and energy towards managing my career both ways. I must admit it’s been tricky, when you go abroad you miss being in touch here and when you come here and do something you lose touch in being there,” she says adding that she has both offers from Bollywood and the web. As per reports, she is in talks for ‘The Test Case’ second season.
Kaur has also been getting a number of international offers. “I have to take a call and hopefully, I’ll be able to talk about my upcoming projects soon. That’s why right now I am figuring how I would be dividing my time. I don’t want to miss being part of good stories,” she concludes.
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