The trance actress recently took to her Instagram account to post a candid, post with her dog. Having a confused expression her face she wrote, “Fahadh Faasil: talking about something we don’t understand…..
The adorable picture is ding rounds in the internet.
One of the favourite love stories of various people both in and out of the film industry, Nazriya and Fahadh fell in love on the sets of the superhit film Bangalore days. The couple got engaged in February 2014 and married in August 2014, the big fat Indian wedding was the talk of the town and they received the blessings of various big names in the film industry.
In an interview Fahadh had revealed that it was Nazriya who proposed to him and he was taken aback by her honesty. He soon complied and decided to spend the rest of his life with her.
The actor had also gushingly said in an interview that although he’s been in love before he has never looked at anyone the way he looks at Nazriya.
Nazriya’s latest character in Anwar Rasheed’s Trance as the pot-smoking hophead Esther Lopez has definitely stood out among her other performances. She was best known for a film such as Ohm Shanti Oshana and Bangalore Days where she played a cute, bubbly, girl next door. But that’s no longer. In an open conversation, she reveals her biggest challenge in playing Esther, working with hubby Fahadh and whether she missed working on back-to-back films.
In an interview with The Times of India, she said, “Everything that you see onscreen. I think that’s what appealed to me to do this. And I haven’t played such a character before. So, there was that curiosity on how the role would turn out if I play it. I think that’s also one of the reasons why Anbukka (Anwar Rasheed) wanted me to do the role. Anbukka took the risk and it wasn’t easy for him. Frankly, it’s also the first time that someone has approached me to do a character like this. It’s not like I took a decision that I won’t play such roles.”
She was asked whether she hoped the audience’s perception of her would change after performing similar roles, she said,” The time I was most active was during those two years (2013 and 2014), and back then I was really busy to entertain such thoughts. And there was so much love from the audience for my roles, and I didn’t go through that phase where I had to think about that.”