Taj, the new web series is the talk of the town and so is Aditi Rao Hydari for looking surreal in Anarkali. Doing complete justice to the character, her elegance tied the audience to the show. Hailing from the Royal family of Hyderabad, she was also acclaimed for her role as Mehrunisa in Padmavat. Clearly, period roles really suit her original royal elegance. That brings us to our latest Sunday Brunch episode where our Editor-in-Chief Kamiya Jani got into an interesting conversation with Aditi Roa Hydari. So what are you waiting for? Go and watch the episode now!
Aditi Rao Hydari Loves To Work In Mumbai
To establish her career as an actress, she moved to Mumbai about 12 years ago. Considering Hyderabad is a much different city in many ways, we asked how moving to Mumbai was for her. Especially coming from a Royal family, it must have been a major shift but we had to ask her how she felt about it. Aditi Rao Hydari shared that she completely loves Mumbai. She finds the city very cool and happening and she feels that it is the best city to work in.
While her childhood was spent in Hyderabad and Delhi, Mumbai would have been a big shift but looks like she loved the challenge and aced it. She also believes that Mumbai is a city where one has to hustle to make it big but of course, she loved being the hustler.
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Her Boarding School Was Too much Fun
Coming to her childhood, Aditi Rao Hydari shared that other than living in Hyderabad and Delhi, she also studied at a boarding school in South India. The way she talked about her time there, she clearly loved it. She shared that the school did not conduct any exams until the 9th standard. Rather, the curriculum focused on practical learning, which was fun. She went on to share that the school was idyllic, covered in trees where the students spent their weekends making irrigation bundts or planting trees. How amazing does that sound!
Further in the conversation, she talked about the difference between living in Delhi and Hyderabad. Catch the video to know all about it.
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