“I feel foolish when someone ask me about the experience working with Mr.Bachchan. What can I say about a great actor like him? I don’t have enough words to express my feelings, to say what I feel to be actually been a part of this film like ‘Wazir’. Whoever wants to be a part of this industry and has a dreams, I like to tell them Dreams do come true. I know they do with this experience,” she said at the film’s press conference.
Aditi, who was much appreciated for her portrayal in “Yeh Saali Zindagi”, called herself “privileged to be around most respected people in Bollywood”.
“Every single moment I spent with Mr.Bachchan, Farhan, Vinod sir, Bejoy, Abhijaat was really amazing. Mr.Bachchan connects with you personally… that’s something I will never forget. And he has sparkling eyes that is something I will always keep with me.”
Apart from “Wazir”, Aditi also has an interesting upcoming project in 2016 – Sudhir Mishra’s “Aur Devdas” where she plays the contemporary version of Chandramukhi and Abhishek Kapoor’s “Fitoor” where she plays a younger version of Tabu’s character Begum Hazrat.