Regardless of whether it’s her presentation film in Bollywood Dangal, or a year ago’s unexpected hit Badhaai Ho, on-screen character Sanya Malhotra’s selection of movies mirrors her instinctive nature towards great contents. However, if the Dangal proceeded to turn into Bollywood’s greatest blockbuster ever, Badhaai Ho has won the 2019 National Award National for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. Sanya says such gratefulness for movies with great stories is genuinely satisfying.
“When I heard the narrative of Badhaai Ho, I realized it would be an extraordinary film because the subject was unique. This was one of those movies where I set aside no effort to state ‘yes’. The measure of thankfulness we have from the group of spectators and commentators is incomprehensible. That is the reason the National Award win is satisfying,” Sanya told IANS.
“Truth be told, we had a similar inclination when we were making “Dangal”. At the point when at long last the film turned out and individuals began showered love, the reality was fulfilling for us all that the story had motivated numerous young ladies,” included Sanya, about the superhit “Dangal”, for which Sanya’s co-star Zaira Wasim won the National Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2017.
Since Sanya assumed a significant job in “Dangal” just as “Badhaai Ho”, does she view herself as a fortunate mascot for movie producers who need their movies to win National Awards?
“I think I am fortunate to be a piece of these movies as opposed to my being the fortunate factor,” she snickered, including “Everybody in “Badhai Ho” was a commended on-screen character – be it Neena (Gupta) ji, Gajraj (Rao) ji, or Surekha (Sikri) ji.”
Sikri, truth be told, won a National Award as Best Supporting Actress for her role in the movie.” When great ability works together with the correct story and filmmaker, a great film occurs,” summed up the new actor, who is recently bustling shooting Anurag Basu’s next film.
Ayushmann Khurrana, who played the male lead in the film, additionally won a National Award for Best Actor, yet for Sriram Raghavan’s Andhadhun. Ayushmann saluted his kindred on-screen character Surekha on her success, expressing, “Surekha Sikri ma’am, you’re really great!”
Also highlighting Gajraj Rao and Neena Gupta, Badhaai Ho outlines the voyage of the Kaushik family, after an abrupt pregnancy, amusingly disturbs the fragile parity in the working-class family. Made with a pitiful spending plan of Rs 29 crore, Badhaai Ho proceeded to gather an aggregate of Rs 221 crore upon its discharge.
The film additionally won four honors at the 64th Filmfare Awards, including Best Actress (Critics) for Gupta, Best Supporting Actress for Sikri, and Best Supporting Actor for Rao.