Aditi: Actors are not insecure or scared..

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New Delhi, Oct. 5 -- Aditi Rao Hydari is a fearless actor, who executes supporting roles with as much panache as she does her leading roles. 
While she has certainly been taking up films which feature her in the lead, there have been instances when she has had less screen time, such as Fitoor (2016). 
Does she ever feel apprehensive about taking up such roles in an industry that is quick to stereotype? "It shouldn't matter. I believe that it's the opposite today - actors are not insecure or scared. They are more willing to take risks in terms of what roles they are doing and are open to sharing space with other people as well. It's great to do a lead role, but more important to do a good movie."
Aditi was recently seen in Sanjay Dutt's comeback vehicle Bhoomi, in which she played the role of his daughter. She says that she is happy with the critical acclaim that her performance has been garnering, more than the film's overall performance at the box-office. 
She says, "It was a lot of hard work, but it was a new space for me, something I had never done before. I even got a chance to work with people I haven't worked with before, and the setting was also unfamiliar, in the sense of it being a film set in a small town."
She adds, "I have done different kinds of movies. More than being happy, I am relieved that they worked!" The 30-year-old actor will next be seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum opus Padmavati.