Yami Gautami Calls 2019 A Defining Year For Her

Yami Gautami, who’s about to complete a decade in Bollywood, narrates her journey in Bollywood till this time. The Uri actor calls 2019 “a defining year for her”. This year, two of her movies got released, i.e., Uri: The Surgical Strike and Bala. Moreover, the actor said, “I knew that for me, to be able to stand out, I needed to connect with the story and work with directors who believe in my craft and my caliber, and 2019 was that year for me. That’s how this whole series of interesting films started.”

Yami Gautam made her debut with Vicky Donor, a movie released in 2012. While recalling her journey, the actor states that she always wants to go with the flow. In conversation with The Indian Express, the actor said, “When I came to the city until I did my first film, I was fearless. But certain choices were made out of fear that if a film worked for someone, it’d also work for me. That “bhed-chaal” didn’t work for me. I came here with a very individualistic approach in terms of what I wanted to do. Advice is always welcome, but eventually, the decision has to be yours.”Yami Gautam | Brifly - News Simplified, BriflyAdding to her statement, the actor said, “It’s going to be 10 years, but I’ve just begun. That’s how new and energized I feel. That’s what you can do as an actor—leave everything behind and come fresh to a film and create something new. “

Yami‘s upcoming projects include Dasvi, OMG2, A Thursday and Lost. The recent movie of Yami  ‘Bhoot Police’ is gaining positive reviews. The actor said, “I will be the silliest liar if I say I haven’t ever been this busy before. I’m shooting my sixth film this year. It’s not just about quantity but what kind of work you are doing. It’s been a good year. “Yami Gautam: 'I Was Stereotyped As A Dainty Pretty Girl, And It's Finally Changing' | MissMaliniThe actor said that she tried to give her best in the horror-comedy Bhoot Police and aimed not to make the prosthetics tacky or funny. The actor said, “I told director Pawan Kirpalani that I don’t want to look like a half-done job or like everything depends on VFX, until you have an incredible VFX team.” The prosthetics would take three hours every day in Himachal Pradesh in peak winter. It was challenging, but I’m glad people found it believable. “

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