Zarine Khan, who stepped in Bollywood with Salman Khan about ten years ago, has told that she could not even think of coming into the industry without Dabangg Khan.
Bollywood actress Zarine Khan made her Bollywood debut with the film 'Veer', which came almost a decade ago. Despite being superstar Salman Khan, the film failed to cast its magic on the audience, but it opened up many opportunities for Zarine. She happily credits this with Salman as she is the one who launched him in the film industry.
Zarine recently told the media, “There have been many ups and downs in this journey. I am a person who never dreamed of being a part of the industry. I am thankful to Salman for giving me this opportunity. I Never thought that without him I could have become a part of the film world. “
She adds, “I didn't have to struggle to get into films, but my real struggle started after being a part of it. I don't belong to a film background, so to learn how to work in the industry It took me some time. I would not say that I have been here for ten years now and I have learned everything. Truth be told, I am still learning, but when I first came to expect it Okay, I am better today. “
Talking about her own projects, she says, “Shooting of a Punjabi film was to begin in London in May. Work on a horror film and my debut in digital was also to begin. Everything is uncertain now. I Don't know when life will come back on track. Looking at the current situation, it seems that things will take time to recover – especially in our industry, where people work by staying in teams. “