Kriti Sanon on playing Parvati Bai in Panipat: Ashutosh Gowariker can't see his ladies frail

Kriti Sanon on playing Parvati Bai in Panipat: Ashutosh Gowariker can't see his ladies frail 

From Lagaan to Swades to Jodhaa Akbar, Panipat entertainer Kriti Sanon feels chief Ashutosh Gowariker consistently draws solid headed female characters.

Kriti Sanon is all gestures of recognition for Ashutosh Gowariker, her executive in the forthcoming film, Panipat. She says the movie producer "can't see his ladies feeble," an explanation his female characters are constantly solid and incredible.

In Panipat, the on-screen character plays Maratha warrior Sadashiv Rao Bhau's better half, Parvati Bai. Discussing how Gowariker has envisioned Parvati Bai as a resilient individual, Kriti stated: "Ashu sir, I feel, is somebody who can't see his ladies feeble. He has this thing. I think it originates from the way that he has an extremely resilient lady with him, Sunita. I am so happy on the grounds that despite the fact that his movies are period, his characters are extremely contemporary. He has made Parvati Bai as somebody who battles, who can ensure her ladies and her kin if the need be. Giving that capacity to her, giving that stature to her is very enabling. At the point when you get the opportunity to play such a character, you simply feel glad."

There is nothing on the web about her aside from where she was conceived, she went with them and how she kicked the bucket. I think a ton of it in the film originates from Ashu sir. My history book was Ashu sir. I think he is superior to anything in any history book! He is so well-perused and he knows each little detail of what has occurred - about this war as well as a rule."

When asked what are her preferred movies made by Ashutosh Gowariker, Kriti answered: "I love Lagaan and Swades. On the off chance that you get some information about verifiable movies, at that point, it must be Jodhaa Akbar. I delighted in watching it."

"Jodhaa's character is solid in the film. She has a voice and is solid headed. One of my preferred scenes is the sword-battling scene highlighting Akbar (Hrithik Roshan) and Jodhaa (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan). That is a notable scene - I need to do a scene like that one. I understand Ashu sir has enormous regard for ladies and considers them to be solid headed individuals who can make a stride equivalent to a man."

The cast of Panipat, coordinated by Ashutosh Gowariker, additionally includes Arjun Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, Zeenat Aman, Padmini Kolhapure and Suhasini Mulay. The film hits theaters on December 6.

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