It’s no secret that Tara Sutaria could have been playing the role of Princess Jasmin in Guy Ritchie’s live action film version of ‘Aladdin’ (2019) before she entered Bollywood with ‘Student Of The Year 2’ (2019). Having taken on a Bollywood role instead, the actress did however express that her Hollywood dream is still on the horizon.
“It’s a really exciting time for cinema now with so much crossover happening. There are amazing films being made the world over, and artistes from different parts of the world are collaborating. I’m looking forward to doing an international film, but don’t think that can happen before next year. I’m keeping myself updated regarding the films that are being made and the auditions that are happening,” Hindustan Times reports the actress stating.
Talking about her transition from auditioning for Hollywood and ending up in Bollywood, Sutaria expressed, “I was looking for a foreign film. I love music and enjoy singing a lot, so was keen on doing ‘Aladdin’ since that involved both. My audition days [for Aladdin] turned out to be the best experience of my life. I was in London (UK), for a few months, and attended a workshop with the team. When that didn’t work out, Karan (Johar, producer of ‘SOTY2’) approached me… When one door shuts, other doors open. Now I have two more films coming up.”
In the meantime, Sutaria is all set to share the screen with Sidharth Malhotra in ‘Marjaavaan’, and then has the remake of the Telugu hit film ‘RX 100’ alongside Ahan Shetty to follow.
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