Miss World Manushi Chhillar thanks ballet lessons for their help in the upcoming film, Prithviraj; Stars in front of Akshay Kumar –


While giving the chance to new people in the industry to show their talent and passion, Bollywood has often offered newcomers the opportunity to make great inroads and take on roles that resonate with their ideologies and help them to achieve success. grow and evolve while being on the big screen.

One of these new personalities who decided to enter the film industry is Miss World 2017, Manushi Chhillar. While entering the world of cinema as an actor, the former Miss World has now landed a role alongside Akshay Kumar in an upcoming Yash Raj Film historical drama based on the life and heroism of the fearless and mighty King Prithviraj Chauhan.

Although she previously shared the responsibilities of the prestigious role of Princess Sanyogita, the love interest of King Prithviraj Chauhan, her opinions on her very first dance act were overwhelming.

Besides being a stunner and famous media personality, Manushi is also a trained Kuchipudi dancer who formed under the direction of the legendary dance couple Raja and Radha Reddy. Expressing her opinions while wrapping up filming the first song of her career in Bollywood, and speaking about her experience, she thanked her early training in ballet dance and said, “My ballet training when I was a kid me. definitely helped for Prithviraj. I’m grateful to my parents for pushing me to dance then because today when I have to perform these great songs, it wasn’t extremely maddening and frustrating for me.

While the scale the song was shot to was definitely overwhelming for the gorgeous girl, her dance groundwork was strong enough to withstand that pressure. Speaking of the same, she said: “I was really upset to see the scale and the dance steps I had to perform, but during my rehearsals I started to feel confident. The old apprenticeship came back to me and I was sure I could pull through. These dance sequences took my life but I think I managed to deliver. I was happy that my director and my choreographer were satisfied with my performance. This is what matters most to me. I hope the audience will appreciate my hard work and bless me because I did my best, gave it my all.


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