For her job as Priyanka Gandhi in “The Accidental Prime Minister”, Aahana wore short hair and a shortsighted look – oppositely not the same as what the gathering of people had seen so far of her in a show like “Yudh” or a film like “Lipstick Under My Burkha”. She feels the job will help the film business take a gander at her in an unexpected way.
“Individuals regularly take a gander at you (me) as a young lady nearby, and not now and again as a character. Furthermore, I think is intriguing that in light of the fact that there was an alternate look, and an alternate haircut, I figure now they will be available to giving me an alternate get-up out and out.
“I don’t have the foggiest idea for what reason do they (movie producers) inspire terrified to make ladies appear to be unique. We don’t live in a nation where everybody appears to be identical,” Aahana told IANS here.
She thinks that its disastrous how every one of the performing artists today appear to be identical.
“There’s no distinction from one to the next. There was a Geeta Bali, there was a Nutan, there was a Sadhana… They all appeared to be so unique from each other.
“In the present time, I can’t make from each other. Everybody has a similar hairdo, a similar look… I here and there lose intrigue and think I’ve seen a similar young lady in another film. I don’t see the looks being changed.
“What might intrigue is to change haircuts, looks… do it. Young ladies are prepared to do it if the movie producers are prepared to do it,” the performer included.