Fatima Sana Shaikh Uncovers She Wasn’t “Certain” About Playing Indira Gandhi In Sam Bahadur

Entertainer Fatima Sana Shaikh says it was movie producer Meghna Gulzar’s confidence in her that motivated her to take up the job of previous head of the state Indira Gandhi in the impending anecdotal show Sam Bahadur.

Featured by Vicky Kaushal, the film depends on the life and seasons of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, one of India’s most prominent conflict legends.

Fatima, most popular for films Dangal and Ludo, said one must be a “chief’s entertainer” to sincerely depict a character so renowned.

“She has a gigantic character and I wasn’t certain about taking up the film yet Meghna (Gulzar) was certain. She said ‘trust me’ and I was like, in the event that a chief like her is saying, ‘trust me’, something should be correct, and perhaps I’m not seeing how the situation is playing out.

“I did it since I love her work. She made the excursion simple for me. She understood what she needed, whether it was the chart of the exhibition or look. You must be a chief’s entertainer. That is the thing I did,” the 31-year-old entertainer, who will be seen next in Dhak, told PTI in a meeting.

More than attempting to copy Gandhi, Fatima said her accentuation was on catching the “soul” of the person.

“Meghna has an exceptional approach to having her entertainers play a specific person, where the emphasis is on getting the spirit and feelings right. It wasn’t actually necessary to focus on being very much like Indira Gandhi,” she said.

As a piece of her examination, the 31-year-old entertainer said she went through a set of experiences example of her own by understanding books and watching old film of the previous state head.

“At the point when you play characters like this, fair to comprehend its excursion, you read history, and you understand there are such countless things that have occurred in our country. It was an alternate world in those days.” “Sam Bahadur” likewise stars Sanya Malhotra as Manekshaw’s significant other Silloo.

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