The young actress, who is seen shaking a leg with Shahid and co-star Alia Bhatt on the Amit Trivedi-composed track ‘Gulabo’, was initially scared to perform with her brother, who is known for his excellent dancing skills.
She will be seen sharing screen space with father Pankaj Kapoor and brother Shahid in her debut film Shaandaar, but newbie Sanah says it was her dad who intimidated her more than the Haider star.
He is one among the finest performers we got in the united states, then when I got to know I would be working with him I was, naturally, a little frightened.
“But I understood, with my dad and brother around me, I had a security blanket. You automatically feel comfortable when you realize your household is around,” she added.
The young celebrity, who’s seen shaking a leg with Shahid and co-star Alia Bhatt -composed track ‘Gulabo’, was frightened to perform along with her brother, who is well known for his excellent dancing abilities.
“I was quite nervous on the first day. We both were playing a character and what followed was pure pleasure, as is clear in the song.”
In the Vikas Bahl directed romantic comedy, Sanah will probably be viewed essaying the part of Alia’s sister along with the two hit off instantly.
“Alia is amazing, really encouraging and exceptionally pleasant. Our chemistry was so natural, it was merely free flowing. We felt like real life sisters together,” she said.
Sanah, daughter of Pankaj Kapur and Supriya Pathak, the fresh entrant in the record of star children, but the young celebrity is not unaware of the pressure which comes with all the tag.
“While auditioning, I did not tell anyone who my parents were. Then you’re going to get work if you’re ardent and gifted. I didn’t start my movie career as the chief lead, nor used my celebrity status. I am not unaware that people expect from me because I come from a movie family. So the pressure is there but everyone has their particular experiences…”
With Shaandaar releasing on October 22, Sanah is set to embark on her career, although without any self imposed restrictions on the selection of jobs.
“There are no do’s and dont’s. I wish to choose work and good scripts in good films. There aren’t any restrictions from my family either. The do’s have been very encouraging and want me to do well.”