Tara Sutaria made her Bollywood debut in 2019 with Student of the Year 2 and was also seen in Marjaavaan. In 2020, she was preparing for Milan Luthria’s Tadap, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, its release was delayed. But she was very active on Instagram and even went on vacation with beau Aadar Jain in the Maldives.
And now, in an interview with Hindustan Timesthe actress looks back on the year 2020 was, how difficult it was and what her generation has learned. She said, “This year has clearly been difficult in so many ways that we couldn’t even imagine it. It made me look at life very differently. It’s good that our generation has been through this.”
She added, “One thing our generation has learned from this is patience. It’s something that we as a generation could really do with. I think we needed that shock and this pandemic gave us that. learned many lessons. we wouldn’t have learned if this had not happened. “
Speaking of what kept her going despite the terrible days in her life, Sutaria stated, “What kept me motivated despite all the low and terrible days was just having friends and family. It’s a real luxury that we shouldn’t take for granted “The pandemic when things seemed very bleak and we were all very confused, the thing that kept me going was people you can count on, around. It’s a real blessing.”
She also gave an update on her movie Tadap. Here’s what she had to say: “We’ve already taken action and come out really strong. Everyone is filming again, very safe and responsible, be it testing and socializing in the best way possible. We can. I think we did it really well. When we get out of this, we’ll have to find our way. It’s a first for all of us, there will be a lot of first and new things. It will be a little questionable, but we come out stronger than ever. “
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