Written byRanpreet Kaur ·
Superstar Salman Khan is known for introducing new talent to the industry. He was the one who launched Sonakshi Sinha, Zareen Khan, Sooraj Pancholi etc.
Overwhelmed over working with Salman, Warina stated that the 'Dabangg' actor is her real-life hero who changed her life completely.
Warina, who is also known as the Cadbury girl, feels that being launched by Salman is a still a dream for her and she is grateful to him for the opportunity.
"To make a debut in a film produced by Salman Khan is surreal. The bigger the project, the more responsibility you have and I am aware of it," Warina said.
Reminiscing about her first meeting with Salman, Warina said that the superstar was extremely supportive and turned out to be a real-life hero for her.
"He was so nice. He is always very positive about everything. My life totally changed because of him. Despite me coming from a very different background, he gave me this huge break," she said.
The newcomer says that it is no cake walk to grab a big budget project in Bollywood.
The industry witnesses fierce competition which escalates to an extent that one ends up doubting his/her talent.
Talking about her struggling days, Warina said, "I have faced rejections for a couple of films. I was almost on board for a film but the project never took off."
Warina has admitted to be quite nervous about her debut movie 'Loveyatri' which will release on October 5.
The actress, who hails from Kabul, said, "Today, I find myself at the same spot where I was six years ago. This is my first film and I have no idea about how to go about it."
Let's see what the future holds for Warina.
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