Alaya F Lauds Ekta Kapoor, Calls Her Sturdy, Highly effective Boss Girl

MUMBAI: Actress Alaya F is at present seen enjoying the lead position of Radhika, a reporting intern within the supernatural thriller film ‘U-Flip’. Her character has been given an task to analyze accidents which can be taking place on the U-turn on a selected flyover. She stated that there’s a lot of strain of enjoying the lead position in any mission as rather a lot is anticipated from the actor by the makers so there may be an added strain. Alaya additionally added that she is comfortable to be a part of a cinema with an increasing number of tasks being made round feminine protagonists.

She stated, “There is a lot of pressure, it is scary I won’t lie but sometimes you need to just jump in. I used to be concerned about this but then you remind yourself that you are working with someone like Ekta Ma’am who has been such a strong and powerful boss lady in this industry. Gender bias or roles have never affected her personality. It doesn`t apply to her.”

Including extra in regards to the producer Ekta Kapoor, Alaya added, “She has been a boss lady for so long and she never lets anything hold her back or stop her from being successful, amazing, and awesome as she is. So, when someone like her believes you can shoulder a film, you just shoulder that film without questioning yourself or thinking. You just have to be grateful and do your best to live up to it.”

Alaya made her performing debut in 2020 with the comedy movie `Jawaani Jaaneman`, and later she appeared in ‘Freddy’, ‘Virtually Pyaar with DJ Mohabbat’, and can be set for ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’, ‘Sri’, and ‘Ek Aur Ghazab Kahani’.

The actress added additional that issues are altering within the business and now-a-days, many movies are made with ladies actors because the protagonist.

“Right from my first film I have been really grateful for being offered wonderful characters and neat parts in every film I have done. It is a real blessing because as an actor I have to say very honestly that this is the best generation where films are being made,” she added.

“I definitely enjoy this era of cinema better because it is something which connects with me. I think we still have a long way to go when it comes to women having great opportunities, but we have definitely started off towards incredible beginnings,” concluded the 25-year-old actress.

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