Aditi Rao prefers to be unique self

Aditi Rao prefers to be unique self
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Actress Aditi Rao Hydari says she has reached a stage in her career where she no longer wants to be what everyone else expects her to be.

Actress Aditi Rao Hydari says she has reached a stage in her career where she no longer wants to be what everyone else expects her to be.

"It was one of the biggest challenges to get to a point where I understood that I didn't have to be a factory-manufactured prototype of what I'm expected to be.

I could be uniquely myself and that would be my strength. I think the day I understood this, everything became happy and effortless for me," Aditi told IANS.

Born in Hyderabad and brought up in New Delhi, Aditi made her debut with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's 'Delhi-6' and went on to work in Hindi and Southern film industry.

While talking about the film industry, she pointed out how people give a lot of priority to images and perception.

"I've always felt the priority of investment is in images and perception. I wish we would invest more in talent and content.

It's changing now but as a fan I'd love to watch fewer 'curated projects' and more 'cinema'," she said on the sidelines of the shoot of "Cheers To That with Janice", a content series presented by Grey Goose.

On the acting front, Aditi will be seen in the Tamil film 'Psycho.' It is a psychological thriller directed by Mysskin.

Sharing her shooting experience, she said: "It was tough shooting the film, one of the most challenging and exhausting films I have done, physically and mentally.

Mysskin sir has made path-breaking cinema and he is on the wishlist of many actors. I was thrilled to have worked with him."

She also shared how she manages working in Bollywood and down south simultaneously.

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