During one of our previous conversations, Sobhita Dhulipala had spoken about wanting to explore more genres. The Made In Heaven actress has ventured into the psychological thriller (Raman Raghav 2.0), black comedy (Kaalakaandi) and historical action drama (Ponniyin Selvan franchise) space, and recently, her web series The Night Manager, with Aditya Roy Kapur won praise.
When asked if she is keen to do an intense romantic film with Aditya, she said, “I want to do the kind of intense romantic films that Vishal Bhardwaj ji makes. Romance ho toh aise ki matlab haath jal jaye. Aditya and I have a very chill vibe. I think he and I will be more suited for a romantic comedy. A romcom of two fools (laughs). I know he really wants to do a comedy.”

A trained classical dancer, Sobhita hasn’t got a chance to showcase her dancing skills in any film so far. Talking about actors who she would love to dance with on screen, she says, “I would love to match steps with Madhuri Dixit Nene and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. And when it comes to the actors, I would love to dance with Shahid Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan. I will try my best to match up to them.”

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