Student Of The Year 2 cast, Ananya Panday and Tara Sutaria were spotted at the Mumbai airport. While Ananya opted for casual attire - an all-white outfit, paired with a yellow denim jacket, Tara Sutaria looked like a vision in white. All pictures/Yogen Shah
Ananya Panday, who is making her Bollywood debut with Student of the Year 2, says she wants to grow a thick skin like her actor-father Chunky Panday. Asked if she feels the pressure to sustain in the industry especially because she comes from a film family, Ananya told the media here: "I think I do, because my father has such good comic timing. So, that is something that I always hear that, ‘Did you inherit that comedy from your father?'
"My character in the film (SOTY 2) is also pretty funny and she gives these one-liners, so I think the pressure is there especially in the comedy department which I will try to hopefully live up to," Ananya Panday further added.
Tara Sutaria, who is all set to step into Bollywood with Student Of The Year 2, does not mind vigilance on her private life. Instead, she finds it flattering that people want to know about her. Talking about actors' private lives being under constant watch, Tara told IANS here: "We were completely expecting this to be a part of our journey. We have just begun... it is very new for us. But I think sometimes it is fun to read these things... It's flattering in a way that people care and want to know about us."
Tara Sutaria ventured into showbiz in 2010 with Big Bada Boom, and is set to make her Bollywood debut alongside actor Chunky Panday's daughter Ananya Panday, and actor Tiger Shroff with Punit Malhotra's directorial venture Student Of The Year 2. The film is set to release on May 10.
Sonali Bendre was also spotted in checkered Indo-western attire at the Mumbai airport. The actress, who returned to India after a year-long treatment in New York revealed in the chat show BFFs with Vogue, hosted by Neha Dhupia that how she reacted when she learned that she was diagnosed with cancer. During this entire battle with cancer, it was Sonali's husband, Goldie Behl, her pals, Sussanne and Gayatri, who stood rock-solid by her side.
Being grateful for having such friends like Sussanne Khan and Gayatri Oberoi, Sonali spoke highly about them. "These girls were just there with me. They have been my strength. From now on, it's going to be happiness and smiles. I saw the sun coming up, clicked a picture and shared it with my family and my girls, and said, 'Girls, Switch on the Sunshine'," said the Sarfarosh actress.
Suniel Shetty was also spotted at his casual best at the Mumbai airport.
Tara Sutaria, Ananya Panday, Sonali Bendre and Suniel Shetty were clicked by the paparazzi at the Mumbai airport. We have pictures