Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan's rom-com Badrinath Ki Dulhania releases today, March 10. The film is a sequel to Alia and Varun's 2014 hit Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania
Shweta Basu Prasad, who plays warrior-princess Nandni in Chandra-Nandni, says that the warrior-princess reflects the independent, strong-willed modern woman
Interior Cafe Night is Shwetas return to screen after she was arrested, then acquitted, for alleged prostitution in 2014. Here, she co-stars with two greats - Naseeruddin Shah, with whom she worked in 2005 film Iqbal, and Shernaz Patel, the younger version of who Shweta plays in the short
"I've been an outsider, who has grown up in the industry because people have seen my work. But, yes it is slightly difficult as you have to keep reminding people and go for auditions. I know a lot of people. I keep getting auditions once in a while. But being an outsider, it's quite tough to make a mark in the industry"