New Delhi, July 27 (ANI
): Actor Swara Bhaskar
, who is known for her role in films like 'Raanjhanaa', 'Tanu Weds Manu' and 'Nil Battey Sannata' has added another feather to her cap by turning a scriptwriter.
Swara, 28, who was part of the third edition of the New Voices Fellowship for Screenwriters (NVFS), was quoted by Filmfare magazine, as saying, "The script is a love story. It is a love triangle. It is a messy story with lot of melodrama. It has a lot of typical Hindi film conflicts. It is a story of one girl, two boys. And I wrote this because I wasn't getting interesting roles at that time."
On being asked if she would be seen in the film, the actress added, "I hope so. I hope I don't have to audition for my film. I had written it wanting to play the female character but now that it is over, I think both the male characters are very interesting. I wrote this script as an actor, for myself. But only when I started writing I realised the charters are not in your direct control, you need to find them."
Talking about her experience, the 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo' actress said it was very interesting and difficult experience for her, adding that she feels every story should reflect reality and hopes her story too would reflect the same.
On a related note, Swara would also be seen in Shashanka Ghosh's directorial 'Veere Di Wedding' alongside Kareena Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor. (ANI