South Indian actress Sana Khan who was seen against superstar Salman Khan in movie ‘Jai Ho’ has expressed her feeling that she is feeling quite nervous to share screen with Sharman Joshi in her upcoming movie ‘Wajah Tum Ho’.
Born on August 21, in 1987, this 28-years-old actress Sana Khan says that she was nervous to share screen space with co-star Sharman Joshi, but has learnt a lot during her shooting with this actor.
Basically, Sana will be seen in her upcoming movie ‘Wajah Tum Ho’ which was directed by ‘Hate Story 3’ famed Vishal Pandya.
She told media persons that “I am very happy that I am working with both of these popular persons.
I know Gurmeet from before, he is very chilled out and sweet guy with no tantrums. But I was a little skeptical about Sharman because he looks very serious,” Sana told during interacting with media persons.
She further added that, “But (later) I realised he is even more fun. Sharman is a fantastic actor and I keep observing him so I can learn more…I also feel Gurmeet is a great actor too”.
Sana has appeared against Salman Khan in movie ‘Jai Ho’. The actress has worked in several South Indian movies and has also seen in controversial reality television serial ‘Bigg Boss’.
She says that she is very excited to play a lead role in the movie ‘Wajah Tum Ho’.
“It feels great to be a part of ‘Wajah Tum Ho’. I am super excited; this will be my first Hindi project where I play the lead. It will be exciting to see myself on the big screen in the language I know, as I have played leads before but in South movies,” she said.
Sana will be seen as lawyer in her movie ‘Wajah Tum Ho’. She further added that she is happy with the character have been given role in this movie.
“I was only told by my director that it’s a mature character so you have to look crisp and fierce, do it commandingly. With so many guys in suits, I will be one girl doing the rounds in formals. I really like the look they gave me,” she said.
The actress will be seen doing intimate scenes in the film, but says she isn’t apprehensive about getting stereotyped in bold roles.
“No one gets stereotyped unless one wants to. I was in ‘Bigg Boss’ were people called me cute and bubbly, but I landed in ‘Jai Ho’ playing a villain. And from those few scenes in ‘Jai Ho’, I landed a proper lead in ‘Wajah…’ So I don’t see myself getting stereotyped,” she added.