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Adah ups her glam stakes
Adah Sharma’s transformation to a diva could prove to be complete if her stills in ‘Garam’ are pointers. She’s not just uber stylish, but also smoking hot. Put that to her and she says it’s no accident.
Adah Sharma’s transformation to a diva could prove to be complete if her stills in ‘Garam’ are pointers. She’s not just uber stylish, but also smoking hot. Put that to her and she says it’s no accident. “I debuted with a de-glam role and pulled it off, and I think that’s even more difficult than looking glamorous. But I think it all started with ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’, where people thought I can look hot. In ‘Garam’, I will be seen in a burkha through out but people will get to a different side of me - the glam side in the songs,” she explains.
So this 'new Adah' is high on style and glamour? The Mumbai-model says she doesn’t want to get typecast in the pretext of doing glamorous roles. “I’m lucky to be shown beautifully in ‘Heart Attack’. Later, I did a couple of strong roles in ‘Son of Sathyamurthy’ and ‘Subramanyam for Sale’. I again followed it up with glam outing in Kannada film ‘Rana Vikrama’ and now ‘Garam’ will take it to the next level. So I’m constantly working not only to look good but also be versatile with roles. Until ‘Heart Attack’ released, no one knew I could dance, so I wanted to prove my versatility and I believe I’ve managed to do that so far,” she smiles.
On a concluding note, she adds, “In films the director always makes me sport a look that’s required for the character and that’s his visualisation and I can only play around it. So even for film promotions, I try to go with the same look (as in films) so that the audience can connect better with it. But I think we can always experiment with looks and image through photo shoots and make a statement.”