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Even though ‘Heeramandi’ has been released on Netflix for about a month, discussions about it continue. Sharmin Segalits performance refuses to slow down anytime soon. The actor received a lot of criticism for his work on the series; Some even targeted the director Sanjay Leela Bhansali Because he gave his nephew an important role. Shruti Mahajan, Role Director for HeeramandiHe has now revealed why he chose to cast Sharmin in this role. Alamzeb.
During a conversation with India Today, Mahajan said: “You cannot please everyone. Also, looking at the area we are in, there is all kinds of feedback. One has to take everything with a pinch of salt and move on. You have to keep working on your craft and keep giving your 100 percent. This is a package deal and one needs to move on. We know what we do, how hard we work, and that needs to be respected. As for criticism, I think one learns to take it in stride, just like with love.
Mahajan stated that he does not regret his casting decisions and continued: “This is a learning process. I never question this, but I learn something from every film and every director. There is a new scenario, new energy, new understanding, new vision… it is always a process and you get better with time.”
Since Sharmin is Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s niece, Mahajan was also questioned about the choice and consequences of casting star kids instead of new faces. To this, Mahajan responded: “The casting is done entirely according to the script and the director’s vision. We only want actors who can develop the project. And ultimately it depends on what the audience expects from that project.”
Released on May 1, ‘Heeramandi’ also stars Manisha Koirala, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Sanjeeda Shaikh and Fardeen Khan.

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