Komal Sachdev with Vicky KaushalImage Credit source: Social Media
Every year 10 lakh people try to go abroad by donkey flight and many of them lose their lives facing difficulties on the way. Actress Komal Sachdeva has played the role of Chameli in Shahrukh Khan’s film Dinky. Chameli also goes to England dressed as Dinky with Hardy and his friends. But he is killed on the way. This scene filmed on actress Komal Sachdeva brings a new twist in the story. The journey to reach here was not easy for Komal, who grew up in a middle class family in Delhi. In an exclusive conversation with NewsNCR Hindi Digital, Komal said that relatives had taunted me a lot, but when I heard Vicky Kaushal praising my performance, I felt that finally my hard work had paid off.
Komal said, “My family has always supported me. I always hear that most middle class families never support their children’s dream of becoming an actor. But my family is not like that. He has supported me at every step. He has always been happy even on my small successes. I remember my first poster was of Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Toilet Ek Prem Katha’. Till now my uncle has framed it and is hanging it in the house. You all also remember that Akshay Kumar himself had shared this Lotta Party poster.”
Had to listen to taunts from relatives
Komal further said, “Not from the family, but I always feel from the attitude of my relatives that they do not like me becoming an actor. They keep asking what I am doing. He has taunted me many times that even after being educated, I came into this kind of profession. I have wasted my money. But my family members do not accept all this, they always encourage me. He told me that you act well and stay like that. Do whatever feels good to your heart. I listened to my family and see today Vicky Kaushal “He also praised me.”
Vicky Kaushal praised
The Dinky actress told that after the premiere, Vicky Kaushal himself came to me and said that you have done the mud scene very well Chameli, your timing was very good, you also captured the tone very well. His praise means a lot to me. Not only Vicky Kaushal but some officers of Red Chillies also praised me. I feel that now my hard work is paying off, albeit slowly.
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