This is a strong statement to make in such a time when the entire film industry is trying to become bold and vivid in their creation fighting the various authorities and certification councils in India. However, Kajal Aggarwal says that she has been strongly motivated and stubborn regarding her views on what to do and what not to do on screen.
Kajal Aggarwal has even rejected on a lot of fabulous stories because she did not want to do some parts and neither had she wanted the director to make compromises either.
I live my life on my own term, says Kajal Agarwal, who is just 45 films old.
How Rani Mukherjee Inspired Her?
She talks about her inspiration from Rani Mukherjee for her film Do Lafjon Ki Kahaani with Randeep Hooda, where she shares a kiss for the first time. She apologizes and also smiles that she broke her own rule because it was genuinely necessary for her character as a blind girl.
After Kaajal was convinced that there are hardly any ways left for a blind person to express themselves without getting physical, she was prepared to do it, however with a lot of inhibitions and uncomfortable takes.
She adds that Black, where Rani Mukherjee played the role of a blind girl and was starring opposite to Mr. Bachchan, also shared a kiss, which was an essential part of the script, and that gave her the strength to focus on her character and fade her terms for a moment.
Kajal Agarwal observes her co-stars well.
Kajal had to say some sweet things about her co-star Randeep and among all things she finds him moody with a clean heart. This is also one other reason why Randeep has been able to do lifelike characters more often, she thinks. Overall, they shared a good rapport.