Impressive! Suhani Bhatnagar, the little Babita from ‘Dangal’ shares her experience, read here

‘Dangal’ as we all know is a blockbuster and the cast of the movie is leaving stone unturned for the promotions. The younger daughters of Aamir Khan in the movie, Geeta (Zaira Wasim) and Babita (Suhani Bhatnagar) are too having a great time. Zaira and Suhani are definitely on a roll.

Zaira and Suhani, just like Fatima and Sanya, had to undergo some rigorous training sessions for Dangal. Although, the media hasn’t paid much attention but they're having the time of their life. We saw them on-screen and their hard work was visible. But, none of us knows how they came on board for this project.

Let’s give you some insights about the very sweet and spunky Suhani Bhatnagar. Suhani started her career with print modeling for brands like Monte Carlo and 'Dangal' is the first film of her career. In a recent interview with a leading portal she also spoke about her school life and studies. Read On!

She shared her experience on the first day at school after Dangal and this is what she said:

 

Impressive! Suhani Bhatnagar, the little Babita from ‘Dangal’ shares her experience, read here

 

She also told that how the shooting for the film ‘Dangal’ has affected her studies. Read here!

 

Impressive! Suhani Bhatnagar, the little Babita from ‘Dangal’ shares her experience, read here

 

We actually don’t know how she got on board for this role. She shares her story, read below!

 

Impressive! Suhani Bhatnagar, the little Babita from ‘Dangal’ shares her experience, read here

 

Being a Punjabi, it was not easy for her to speak Haryanvi so perfectly, but she did. Find out how!

 

Impressive! Suhani Bhatnagar, the little Babita from ‘Dangal’ shares her experience, read here

 

Suhani feels that they all got the right amount of exposure as she spoke about the promotions and public appearances.

 

Impressive! Suhani Bhatnagar, the little Babita from ‘Dangal’ shares her experience, read here

 

Well, way to go girl! We are quite impressed by your answers and maturity and hope to seen that on the big screen really soon.

What are your views about this girl and her answers? Let us know in the comments section below!

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