Final seen in Farzi, actor Kubbra Sait appears to be in a contented zone after finishing 4 tasks. The Sacred Video games actor says that working with such gifted administrators is a “big dream” which she resides.
“My upcoming roles are very diverse, grounded and women-centric. In Suparn Verma’s series, The Good Wife, my character is part of urban fabric. I am playing a junior cop in Navdeep Singh’s series Shehar Lakhot, and in Prakash sir’s (Jha) Laal Batti, I play an IPS officer. Then, there is Danish Aslam’s film with Prateik Babbar. So, thik-thak chal raha hai”!
She simply desires to play stable characters. “Beyond that, length of role, director, platform does not matter as no one is in my control. Then, let Allah decide its fate. I know it’s my time and I am putting in my best effort. I am happy and fortunate that I am working and am satisfied with what I am doing.”
She agrees that Sacred Video games stays the point of interest. “But beyond that in the last four-five years, I have done very diverse roles. I forayed in the West with (US science fiction series) Foundation (2021) and got to work with David S Goyer and Alex Graves. For two years, in the middle of the pandemic, I was travelling around the world and shooting. I wrote a book (Open Book: Not Quite a Memoir) and am working continuously!”
Sait says what folks take into consideration doesn’t matter.
“I am not relying on what perception people have about me. What I am doing may not be available for all or interest everyone. Meher Salam in series Illegal (2020) may not be known to everyone but what a strong character it was! I am just honestly trying to be part of incredible stories. With every project, I am trying to achieve my highest potential and then with the next one trying to push that level up. I have a hunger to learn, do my best work, live up to my potential, be my kindest version, live my life and that’s all!”
‘This place is like a heaven’
There may be a lot distinction between outdated and new Lucknow. Once I explored the Previous Metropolis areas I used to be transported in time. The town is rising in size and breadth but sustaining its heritage that blew me away. It has poetry to it! I’m a foodie and have completed meals reveals, so this place is like heaven. I really like exploring and savouring delicacies with out bothering about energy. Jis mohabaat se log yahan khana kilate hain was so touching for me. Additionally, the language right here is so lovely and engrained within the material of this place.