Actor Lara Dutta has opened up on her current roles saying that she is finally playing the kind of characters that she has ‘always wanted to portray as an actor’. In a new interview, Lara said that the ‘cohort of women’ between the age of 35-55 was never addressed and nothing was made on them. She also spoke on the roles such as ‘long-sacrificing mother’ or a ‘husband-adoring wife’.

Lara Dutta made her debut in Bollywood with Andaaz in 2003. She has appeared in several films such as Masti (2004), No Entry (2005), Bhagam Bhag (2006), Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (2007), Partner (2007), Housefull (2010), Chalo Dilli and Don 2 (2011), Singh Is Bliing (2015), Azhar (2016) and Welcome To New York (2018).

In an interview with Gulf News, Lara said, “Honestly, age has liberated me. Since I have come into my 40s, I am finally doing age-appropriate roles and I am finally playing the kind of characters…

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