Lara Dutta Bhupathi marked her Bollywood debut 18 years ago from the film 'Andaaz' featuring Akshay Kumar, and she can't stop praising the entertainer. The entertainer labels the 'Khiladi' star as her "forever hero."
"I generally keep up with that Akshay is my companion, logician, and guide. He isn't only my first legend; he is in a real sense a forever hero," Lara said.
Lara uncovered that Akshay urged her to take up the job of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in their upcoming film 'Bell Bottom,' which is scheduled to deliver on August 19.
"The measure of confidence Akshay has in me is colossal. He has offered me jobs over the most recent couple of years where we have cooperated, which have truly tested me. Before anyone saw it, he saw the potential that I could do this (play Indira Gandhi)," added the entertainer.
It was something very similar for her person in 'Singh Is Bling.
Lara added: "He is continually pushing me. He has been pushing me since the time we did our first film together. He generally urged me to stay hungry, ceaselessly testing myself. He is my greatest ally and encourager."
'Bell Bottom' is an undercover work thrill ride, which additionally stars Vaani Kapoor and Huma Qureshi.