Adah Sharma is back with HUM HAI RAHI CAR KE!
Not many will be aware that the peaches and cream beauty, Adah Sharma, was mistaken for a foreigner in her debut film, Vikram Bhatt's 1920, so authentic was her portrayal in the hit horror flick!
The unassuming actress though is quick to rebuff the same saying, "I'd like to be unrecognizable in each film. And that doesn't stop with just a change of makeup and hairstyle. I also changed my voice for 1920. My regular voice would be too modern."
Adah returned with another good performance in PHHIR..., but post that she was busy elsewhere for a while. And when we asked Adah the reason for her long hiatus, she told us, "I was committed to some regional films (Telugu), and then there were commercials for a few prominent brands, as you must have seen. But I will soon be returning to the Hindi cinema fold with Jyotin Goel's HUM HAI RAHI CAR KE."
The name Jyotin Goel brought forth the topic to actor Sanjay Dutt, who is also essaying a prominent role in HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE. One just cannot forget that HHRCK aside, Sanju's association with Goel goes as far back as 1987, to the slick flick, INAM DUS HAZAR.
When queried Adah about Sanjay's recent court verdict and her thoughts, Adah said, "All my prayers and thoughts are with Sanjay Dutt's family. I am quite sure and also hopeful that he will come through/emerge stronger."
We echo Adah's sentiments and look forward to her project with Sanjay Dutt, and wish her all the best for her madcap comedy, HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE.
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