This year, Bollywood diva Aditi Rao Hydari will make her first appearance at the Cannes Film Festival.
This year, Bollywood diva Aditi Rao Hydari will make her first appearance at the Cannes Film Festival. Since this will be the actor’s first time at the prestigious festival, she is nervous and excited at the same time.
In an interview with IANS, Aditi said, “I think running into people you’ve watched grow up or who you’re watching now… films and filmmakers.” Everything is about movies. For me, movies are like magic, and I’ve always thought I couldn’t do them. So, I really feel lucky and blessed to be a part of the Indian film industry. “
This year, the Indian pavilion at the Cannes Film Market will show six films at the festival: “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect” (in Hindi, English, and Tamil), “Godavari” (in Marathi), “Alpha Beta Gamma” (in Hindi), “Boomba Ridea” (in Mishing), “Dhuin” (in Maithili), and “Niraye Thathakalulla Maram.” The actress from the movie “Wazir” says she is excited to see the Malayalam movie “Niraye Thathakalulla Maram.”
“There, it will be movie time forever… I think that’s a great way to meet new people and see movies from all over the world. I think that festivals bring people together… I think the world is getting closer, and more people are welcome,” the actor said.
Aditi was invited to an important event by a makeup brand two years ago, but she couldn’t go because of the global outbreak of COVID. “I’m scared because I’m not scared yet… But I am very, very excited, and I hope I can keep that excitement and enjoy the whole process. The year that lockdown happened, I was supposed to go. “So, I’m going, and I’ve never been before,” she said.
What Aditi Rao Hydari would like to do at Cannes
Aditi wants to do more than just watch movies and walk the red carpet. She also wants to go to cafes and try French food. I actually love food from France. I hope to have time to sit in a cafe and feel like I’m in France, but I’m not sure if my schedule will allow me to do that. If it does, though, I’m looking forward to it. “That’s why I keep saying, ‘You know what you think about when you’re a kid growing up? I want that to happen to me.’
It’s not that! Aditi is aware that she will be watched. But she doesn’t let the stress of that stop her from being excited. People are going to be very strict and judgmental, and they will be watching with a microscope, and I get that. I have a job to do and will be closely watched, but at the same time, I tell myself that everyone has to do their job and I have to do mine, which is to do my job but also have fun for myself. I would like to do that for myself.“