Adah Sharma, the lead actress of the blockbuster movie “The Kerala Story”, has recently opened up about her fear of not getting another chance in Bollywood after every film. In a recent interview, she admitted that with every project, she wonders if it will be her last and if anyone will show faith in her again.
She expressed her gratitude towards the audience who had always believed in her potential and wanted her to play bigger and better roles. Adah further added that her dreams were always small and that she never knew how many good roles she would get.
Adah’s latest movie “The Kerala Story” has been making waves in the industry. The movie, which is about the women from Kerala who were recruited by the terror group ISIS, has already crossed the ₹100 crore mark at the box office. However, the film has also faced its share of controversies, with its trailer causing a row and leading to its ban in West Bengal.
Despite all the obstacles, Adah is happy that the movie is being appreciated by audiences. She expressed her joy at being able to spread awareness about the plight of the women who were forced to convert and join ISIS. The film has been given a tax-free status in states like Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, which shows the impact it is having on people.
In conclusion, Adah’s candid confession about her fear of not getting another chance in Bollywood after every film is a reminder of the struggles faced by actors in the industry. However, her success with “The Kerala Story” shows that hard work and dedication can pay off in the end.