“I really liked the idea behind this one,” Fatima Sana Shaikh shares about her work for Ajeeb Daastaans: Bollywood News

Fatima Sana Shaikh will be seen in a short-form project for the first time with Ajeeb Daastaans due out soon. The actress had a pretty busy year last year and launched two almost back-to-back projects. Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari and Ludo were highly regarded for her performance and she is ready to star in Ajeeb Daastaans.

Fatima shares: “When I was introduced to Ajeeb Daastaans, I was really excited to do it because I had never been part of the short story narration. I really liked the idea behind this one because she was a very empowering character. More so, I have always loved watching this format of content. I am really excited about this project and to see how people react to it. I had a great experience working with Shashank monsieur and Jaideep. They are both extremely talented and I learned a lot at the same time. shooting of this movie. “

Her performances in the past have been truly commendable as she has played challenging and unconventional roles. Fatima played a mother in Ludo who also fought with morons with a gun in her hand, a sweet little girl in another movie. Her upcoming films will also see her in a different light than before.

Fatima only graced the screens in long format projects like Ludo, Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari and Dangal previously. Now the actress will be seen in a different format and character in Ajeeb Daastaans. She also has movies like Thar with Anil Kapoor, a performance-centric remake of the Tamil movie, Aruvi in her pussy.

Read also: Fatima Sana Shaikh to star in official remake of Tamil movie Aruvi


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