Nushratt Bharuccha: I have seen so many people getting trolled, don’t know why I thought it would never happen to me -Exclusive | Hindi Movie News

Nushratt Bharuccha plays a fiercely independent girl in her upcoming film Janhit Mein Jaari. She’s quintessentially orthodox and non-combative, but at the same time, she’s self-confident and resilient. She sells condoms and she’s not shy of telling people that it’s an important job. Keeping that spirit in mind, we asked Nushratt how she reacted the first time that she was offered the script of the film. She said, “The very first time, I wasn’t given a script for Janhit Mein Jaari at all. Raaj Shaadilyaa had narrated just a one-line story. I wasn’t told anything about my character, her journey. My first and honest reaction to him was, ‘Don’t you dare cast anybody else in this film. I’ll stop being your friend’. I made him promise me that whenever he gets this film made, with whoever else gets cast, it doesn’t matter, but he has to cast me. So he made me that promise in 2019 when we were promoting Dream Girl.”

During the conversation, Nushratt revealed that she doesn’t want people to think this is a bold film. She added, “I want to stay away from calling Janhit Mein Jaari a bold film. Because the word bold can get associated with many things. By using the word bold, I feel we are deliberately pushing this film towards taboos. But I honestly would prefer to use the word brave for this film.” A woman that’s advocating use of condoms, openly to society can be a little difficult for orthodox audiences to digest. But Nushratt was never bothered about the reactions. She said, “The thought of being trolled or being misunderstood with the subject of this film never crossed my mind. I am very much a part of this film industry and I know I am going to be at the receiving end of all the negativity and criticism, but it never mattered to me with this film. I have seen so many people being trolled but I don’t know why I thought it would not happen to me with Janhit Mein Jaari.”

She explained the source of this confidence. She said, “When we were making the film, we never thought or felt that any aspect of this film, any dialogue, scene or sequence would be objectionable. There is no kissing scene, there’s not a single sexual reference or joke in the entire movie. There are no abuses either. It’s such a clean film that I never thought it would get a negative reaction.” Having said that, certain reactions have been uncalled for. Nushratt explained, “People haven’t seen the film, they’ve just watched the trailer and they’ve started reacting before they even know what the film is about. That’s when I realised the kind of world we live in. Log ek mauka bhi nahi dete hain. Bas aa gaye opinions, comments, biases and judgements.”

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Dream Girl and Chhorri; Nushratt has had a spate of successes in recent years. We asked her if she’s started feeling the pressure of maintaining success and shouldering the responsibility of being a solo lead in films. She said, “I can’t start taking pressures of things that are not in my hands. Unless I start writing, producing and directing the film, it’s not going to be my baby at all. I am just a small part of the larger machinery. All parts of that machinery have to work efficiently and in sync with each other. I believe that when a film succeeds it’s everyone’s success and when it flops, it’s everyone’s fault.”

She also confessed that success has not changed her. She added, “I have never told myself that I am successful. When Chhorri released and it succeeded, I just felt good that I achieved what I did as an actor. I attempted something that was totally far and removed from who and what I am as a person. I’ve never been pregnant, I don’t know what it is like to be a mother. I have never known what it feels like to be burnt alive. I had come from light, comedy films to the depth of darkness and emotions. I said to myself, ‘How am I going to do this?’ But the reactions and reviews to Chhorri were rewarding for me because to me they affirmed that I did the right thing. I only seek validation for my honesty and genuineness as an actor.”

She did acknowledge that years of hard work in the film industry had changed her for the better. She explained, “The experience of working on films has changed me for the better. I understand the language of cinema and film sets much better. I understand the process of filmmaking much more. This matters because you can be a raw talent and promising actor, but over time, if you don’t become a technically sound actor then it becomes very difficult. I feel with years of experience I have become more technically sound.”

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