"Wherever she (Sonakshi) goes I will follow her (laughs). Sonakshi is too busy with her film 'Joker'. She has no time to breathe. Last time I met her was during Raksha Bandhan when I went to her place to tie 'rakhi' to Luv and Kush," said Bhavna
She further added: "She is in her own league. There is no competition as such. There is work for many of us in the industry to survive and that's how I look at it."
When it comes to family connection, Bhavna's maternal grandmother and Sonakshi's maternal grandma are sisters.
Bhavna is not the first one from her family to step under the arc-lights. Her sister Pooja Ruparel essayed the role of Chutki in 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge'.
Before doing 'Chal Pichchur Banate Hain', the 23-year-old did a video with Ken Ghosh at the age of eight. She also featured as a child artist in 'Na Tum Jaano Na Hum' (2002) and 'Joggers' Park' (2003).
'Chal Pichchur Banate Hain' is writer-director Pritish Chakraborty's debut film. Bhavna is "excited about it".
"For me, script and storyline are important. I am extremely happy that I got an opportunity to make a debut with this film. No regrets at all. It was a learning experience but the best part is I am not self conscious in front of the camera. It was great working with the team."
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