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Actress Amyra Dastur says her own personality is closest to the zestful character she essays in "Koi Jaan Na", in which she will be seen opposite Kunal Kapoor.

To make sure that this Christmas her make up artist doesn't miss her family, actress Amyra Dastur with her girlfriends decided to do a pot luck supper for her on Christmas eve by turning out as Santa.

Amyra Dastur, who has worked with female directors like Sonam Nair and Leena Yadav and fellow actresses like Shweta Tripathi and Sapna Pabbi, says women can work in harmony and create moments of magic.

Actress Amyra Dastur, who is seen in the web series "Trip 2", says she finds working on digital platforms "slightly easier" than working in films.

Actress Amyra Dastur, who will be seen in "Mental Hai Kya" and "Made In India", finds it fun to transform and essay different characters on screen.

Actress Amyra Dastur says filmmaker Leena Yadav has brought out her best performance with "Rajma Chawal".

The dark underbelly of showbiz continued to shine bright on Wednesday as well-known women like actors Sandhya Mridul and Amyra Dastur and singer Sona Mohapatra came out about their unsavoury harassment experiences, even as the IFTDA sent a notice to actor Alok Nath who has been accused of rape...

With actress Tanushree Dutta opening the floodgates for the #MeToo movement in India, leading to several celebrated names coming out to speak about their unsavoury experiences, actress Amyra Dastur says she has been a victim of "harassment" at the hands of "men and women" herself.

Actress Amyra Dastur describes working with Sapna Pabbi, Mallika Dua and Shweta Tripathi for "Trip 2" as the "best experience".

Actress Amyra Dastur has learnt from her mistakes, and says she likes to discuss projects with her parents before giving a go ahead.

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