Given how many projects Yami Gautam now has, she wishes she had “four hands” rather than just two. Yami Gautam, who has Dasvi, A Thursday, and Oh My God 2 in the works, is now filming her sixth project in 2021 in Delhi. She acknowledges that everything “feels good.”
“More than the quantity of work, it’s the quality of scripts; the types of characters that are coming my way today thrill me.” “I usually believe in quality over quantity, but why not when it’s a mix of both?” says the actor.
All of this reminds me of last year’s birthday, when I was working in Himachal Pradesh: Yami
“All of this reminds me of last year’s birthday, when I was working in Himachal Pradesh. Let’s see how things go once they (the films) start coming out one after the other. “I have no idea where the last year has gone,” says the Ginny Weds Sunny star, who turns 28 on November 28.
The fact that this is her first birthday after marrying filmmaker Aditya Dhar, she says, makes it “particularly special” this year. “We’re going to spend the entire day with the family, with breaks in between shooting,” says the producer. From Chandigarh, my mum is flying down. I’m looking forward to it because we’ll be going to another town after this. That is something I am very excited about. In Delhi, my in-laws have already arrived. Gautam, who turns 33, says, “I’ll celebrate with them all.”
The actor from Bhoot Police has a unique perspective on what constitutes a “great celebration.”
“It all depends on how ‘grand’ is defined. For me, it’s about spending time with my family. That’s how it’s always been. I’m a traditionalist. Of course, when I am wished, I am grateful.
“An ideal one is among your closest friends and family, and I also appreciate the combo of a working birthday and getting wished so many times on set,” the actor laughs as he wraps up.