She was last seen in the horror-comedy Bhoot Police, for which she received many positive reviews
Yami Gautam says 2019 was her career defining year. It was when Uri: The Surgical Strike and Bala was released and she thinks that was when the whole series of interesting films started for her. The actress who is gearing up towards completing a decade in Hindi cinema, was talking to indianexpress.com in a recent interaction.
Yami, who made her Bollywood debut through the 2012 film Vicky Donor, reveals that she always wanted to travel against the flow. She also disclosed about how she made some choices out of fear that a film worked for someone, might also work for her. She seems to be having a very individualistic approach towards her actions, though she welcomes advice.
Though she is completing 10 years, the actress still feels fresh and energised. She also thinks that’s what she could do as an actor, to leave everything behind and return back fresh on a film and create something new.
Yami has been on a run with back-to-back films like Dasvi, and OMG 2, Lost and A Thursday. She was last seen in Bhoot Police, for which she received many positive reviews. She also shared about her challenging experiences in working with the Bhoot Police team.
“I told director Pavan Kirpalani that I don’t want to look like a half done job or everything depending on VFX, until you have an incredible VFX team”, she added.
Over these years, the young actress has collaborated with notable personalities in the cinema field like Shoojit Sircar, Amar Kaushik Sanjay Gupta and Gopal Varma. She has shared the screen space with Bollywood stars including Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Ayushmann Khurrana, Vicky Kaushal, Varun Dhawan and Shahid Kapoor. Out of all her experiences, she concluded by saying that the industry has the capability to shock and surprise someone in ways they would never imagine.