Actress Shraddha Vajpayee who features in the ‘Ban Ja Rani‘ Remix Video from Tumhari Sulu during an exclusive interview with News Helpline stated that she too had been approached for roles through casting couch.
‘Ban Ja Rani’ Remix is composed, penned and sung by ” Guru Randhawa” and remixed by DJ Chetas.
Irrfan Khan in an interview stated had there have been times when he was asked to compromise to bag a role for a film when asked Shraddha if as a newcomer she faced with a similar fate she said, “I would be lying if I said I have not encountered such things. It does happen but you have to be very smart in handling such situations, you can’t just fall prey to these things.”
Shraddha performed for T-series in the remix of Tuhamri Sulu’s ‘Ban Ja Rani’ which has been picturized on Vidya Balan. Asked if she got a chance to meet Vidya she said, “I really am looking forward to meeting her someday. I haven’t had the chance to meet her yet. She is the one who has started the trend of women-centric films in Bollywood, of course, I would love to meet her someday. She is exceptionally talented, the conviction with which she plays the role it feels like you are watching the character and not Vidya on screen. she is a legend in herself. I hope she has noticed the work I did for her film.”
Tumhari Sulu has been appreciated by Critics and audience everywhere when asked if that was the reason for taking the part, Shraddha stated, “Of course, it will benefit my career it is such a big film with such amazing cast. The film was bound to be a hit since it has a great storyline and content too. The artist Guru Randhawa is very famous all his songs have done exceptionally well it was expected that the song will do well or else I wouldn’t have accepted the project (laughs).
While talking about her future projects the actress and model stated, there is another film in the pipeline but it is too soon to make announcements as of now. It’s too soon to take any names but she is also working on a project for a music video, a film, and a campaign.