Fatima Sana Shaikh breathes life into varied characters with her diligence

Last Modified Tuesday, 9 June 2020 (22:51 IST)
is an actress who has provided the audience with absorbing and natural characters on the screen. In the sports drama film Dangal, the actress actually learned professional wrestling to give an instinctual performance, proving to the audience that she can go to any lengths to adapt to her characters.
The film attained enormous admiration and appreciation throughout the world and also won several awards and Fatima Sana Shaikh was one of the most crucial aspects in it all as she played the role of wrestler 'Geeta Phogat'. Even her role as a warrior archer in action-adventure film Thugs of Hindostan was really executed well striking the arrow right at the target.
Fatima's films hold testimony to her diligence to adapt to different characters and giving the audience spectacular performances. She takes on new challenges and aces them as and when they come. Any actor with their salt wants to show as much versatility as they can and Fatima Sana Shaikh does just that even with her upcoming films!
The actress has a stellar set of upcoming films with “Ludo” and “Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari" where she will be delivering two varied characters to the audience. Both the characters belong to a different genre and the audience really awaits for how she will be astounding them with both the character.
In the upcoming film Ludo, she will be bringing to the viewers a character of a small-town girl. The actress will be adhering to an Indian avatar in the dark anthology comedy film alongside actor Rajkumar Rao where she will surely obtain big success with her small-town character.
The actress will be putting up an Indian avatar for her comedy-drama film Suraj pe Mangal Bhari, for which she learned how to speak Marathi fluently to fit into the character shoe easily. She does not surely shy away from taking up roles for which she has to learn different skills altogether which just hold proof to her fiery dedication!
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