Actor Adah Sharma, who was recently seen in the controversial film The Kerala Story, has opened up about the time when people advised her to get a nose job done. Adah said that her nose would no longer be a matter of concern for others since she has done movies now.
In an interview with Mashable, Adah said, “People told me to get a nose job done and get a nice nose. Now after doing movies, everybody will feel my nose is good. Now it’s too late, now you can’t change.” Talking about a mosquito bite, she said, “Mosquito’s love me. If only producers and directors did this much (love). But I think after The Kerala Story they might become mosquitoes. I hope it happens.”
The actor also spoke about her relationships and said that her exes don’t call her. She said, “Exes don’t call me, I only call them. I can do it without alcohol. I don’t need alcohol to do these things. If I take a sip of a cough syrup, then that is enough for me to call my exes.”
The Kerala Story, directed by Sudipto Sen, is dominating the Bollywood box office. Talking about the film, Adah Sharma had told Rediff, “I meet young girls who find The Kerala Story cool. I bump into young boys who have seen the film four-five times already and are rattling off the dialogues, outlining specific scenes. The Kerala Story is no longer just another film, it’s become a movement.”
The Kerala Story triggered a massive political row with many calling it a propaganda film. While celebrities like Kangana Ranaut, Ram Gopal Varma, Vivek Agnihotri and others came out in its defence, a few people on the internet expressed their displeasure with the film