After the success of ‘Aashiqui 2’ and recently released ‘Ek Villain’, actress Shraddha Kapoor has expressed her desire to work with director Mohit Suri again.
Shraddha made her acting debut in Bollywood with ‘Teen Patti’ but she shot to fame with the success of ‘Aashiqui 2’ which grossed more than Rs 100 crore at the box office. Now ‘Ek Villain’ too is doing very well at the ticket counters.
Both these films were directed by Suri.
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“It is a double happiness moment for us that ‘Ek Villain’ is also a hit after ‘Aashiqui 2’. I am going to get greedy now and hope that I star in every Mohit Suri film,” Shraddha told reporters here last evening, at the success press conference of the film.
Mohit too would love to team up with Shraddha in future.
“Usually you see director-hero winning combination now it will be director-heroine combo. The faith and trust that Shraddha has in me is what I like about her. We did not just go with a love story after ‘Aashiqui 2’ as traditionally the industry pushes you to do same thing expecting same results,” Mohit said.
“I feel if you do not do something out of the ordinary you do not get new results. We all in this film (‘Ek Villain’) went out of our comfort zone. We will keep experimenting. There is a pressure to out do our own films rather than to prove it to anyone else,” he said.