Actress Aditi Rao Hydari is cool as a cucumber in these pictures. She is a complete hippy also. What messages do we get from her dressing this way? In essence, the bohemian style or boho style harks back to the late 60s and early 70s, embodying the freedom and unstructured ethos of the hippie lifestyle. This hippie trend also emphasized an environmentally friendly connectedness to the earth, so natural fabrics such as cheesecloth and cottons, together with free floaty fabrics and designs, reflected those ideals. That's exactly the feel we get from her portrayals - earthy, uninhibited and subtlety.
The actress, that has got rave reviews for her role in hit film "Padmaavat", spoke about her career in Vogue India’s May 2018 issue. The cover image of the issue has been shot on the OnePlus 6, which is said to be the first ever Indian magazine cover shot on a smartphone.
“I have no backing in the film industry. It is thrilling to be supported by people you love and respect. I just choose to keep doing my own thing, as long as I am not tortoring anyone,” Aditi said. “If anyone wants to screw me over, it’s their problem,” she added. For Hydari, it is all about the arts.
Since most women that start out in the industry, they want to portray a wide array of roles. Given a choice between a heroine oriented script and "frothy" one, would seem like a no-brainer for them. If the script and the new director are interesting I’d do the heroine oriented film with a new director. A good script and a good director will tell a good story and make a good movie so everything follows from there. When a film makes good money, then good cinema is born. Then you dont have to ride on false pretenses. Then you begin to feel confident of your talent. Your success becomes the gps of your path to stability in Bollywood.