Aditi reveals how she gets in and out of a character

Aditi Rao Hydari recently revealed that she feels lucky to have worked with legendary directors and in wonderful films. This year, the talented actress was seen in varied roles, from the sweet and loving Leela in the Tamil film Kaatru Veliyidai and the opinionated titular character in the Sanjay Dutt-starrer Bhoomi to her lastest role in Padmavati. Aditi revealed that she is always on the lookout for characters that motivate her to perform better.

When asked what it feels like to move from one character to another, the Bhoomi star said, "Directors like Mani Ratnam or Sanjay Leela Bhansali or even Omung Kumar make cinema that you feel a connection with. They aren't just [randomly] putting-together projects. The way they narrate stories can be felt in the atmosphere of their sets, in the dialogues, costumes, and everything else. With them, it's like magic,” and further added, “So, as soon as I entered Mani sir's set, I felt like Leela, or for that matter Bhoomi's set, I could relate to her issues. That helps me forget what I have done before and take on my new role." Aditi concluded, "The moment I enter a film set and see people around me are working so hard, [it] makes me feel that I should also perform my part well. After all, only a united effort can lead to success."