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Girls getting equal chance as male actors in B'town these days: Urvashi

Last Updated: Thursday, 8 March 2018 (13:58 IST)
Mumbai: Bollywood actress, known for her glamorous moves, Urvashi Rautela, said it's an amazing time in the industry that girls are getting equal opportunity as the male actors.

Urvashi, who was in the national capital recently to promote her upcoming movie 'Hate Story 4' said, 'I always used to watch female-centric films, and somewhere in my heart I was holding a wish to work for such films, and I feel its an amazing time in Bollywood industry that girls are getting equal opportunity as the male actors.''Somehow, I immediately got connected with my character in the movie. I had a great time while working for this film. My dream is finally fulfilled and I am thankful to director for making this dream come true,' she said.

Director Vishal Pandya seemed confident about his upcoming film, and the music.He said, "of course nowadays mostly youngsters come to see music, and the music of our film is not created forcefully, its entirely situational. When you will watch the film, you will see the songs are taking the plot of the film ahead, there is no forcefully included item or romantic songs. The entire music is coming in the write time and its moving the story forward."'Also 'Hate Story 4' franchise is known for its music only. No matter its old 'Hate Story' or Hate Story 4' everybody is loving the music of our film,' Urvashi added.

Featured under the banner of T-Series Films, this movie is the fourth installment in the 'Hate Story' (film series).It also features Karan Wahi, Vivan Bhatena, in the prominent roles.Written by Sammeer Arora, the flick is scheduled for a worldwide release on March 9.(UNI)
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