Actress Richa Sada feels it is a loss not to make any film using her dancing ability and admits that she wants to explore that side of herself as an artist.
“I studied dance in Delhi for 10 years, starting at the age of six and going to high school. Today, I can confidently say that the rhythm with which it was introduced into my body has transformed me into a talented actor, “he adds. . “
The 35-year-old continues, “Also, emotionally I didn’t choose a lot of songs or pictures with items and lyrics. I think that’s one of the reasons. “
However, she believes that dancing helped her appreciate her body and gave her a lot of grace, so she “should do it in the future”.
“It helped me to be active and flexible. It helped me mentally to appreciate traditional forms because Indian traditional forms are the most developed dance form anywhere in the world,” he admits.
Saada shares that it was her grandfather who gave her personal confession and pushed her in this direction.
“Once, I explained to him how acting is a great career and I would be good at it, and he told me to look at past actresses like Waheeda Rehman, Vijayanthimala, Madhuri Dixit and Asha Barek. Be very beautiful and fluid in their movements. It set my desire to learn dance, “he tells us,” when we were kids, we didn’t really realize how our adults’ words affected us, but today I feel really grateful. “