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    Loves to be part of real character films

    Bollywood actress Ihana Dhillon said she like historic movies and loves to be part of real character films. She is always passionate about cinema and happy to be part of it.

    Ihana was in Vadodara for a private function and happy to be in the cultural city for the first time. Starting her career as a model she is working in both bollywood and Punjabi film industries. She made her bollywood debut with erotic thriller Hate Story 4 and gets the attention from the critics. Being a Punjabi girl she achieve success in Punjabi movies also and becomes a known name there.

    “I love cinema since my childhood and a die hard fan of icons like Madhuri Dixit and Sridevi. I copy their moves always and tries to be like them one day. After my studies in US I started modelling and slowly getting into the industry to pursue my passion. My father always support me to do whatever you love in life and here I am following my dreams,” said Ihana.

    She always wants to be part of historic movies and wish to play real character in her career. She said biopic movies appeals her the most and love to be part of such films. She wish to work with Amitabh Bachchan, Manoj Bajpai and Irfan Khan in future. Talking about Punjabi movies she said it’s like a home for her. “Being a Punjabi girl it’s like a home for me to work in the regional language films. Regional cinema has its own market and Punjabi cinema is also growing and the movies are now more content based,” said Ihana.

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