Mawra Hocane is surely among the talented lot now days and she has shown in her most roles that she can do any sort of acts. There have been time when we have seen her being in a strong role but mostly when it co,mes to the drama screen we have seen her appearing as one of those who can be hurt and cry easily.

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When asked the same question in an interview she had this to say:

“Shah Rukh Khan still opens his arms in his signature pose; that’s his USP. So why shouldn’t I continue to play characters people praise me for? It’s really hard to churn out the kind of heart-wrenching performances I have delivered in the past. When I cry on screen, people cry with me.”

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“While I agree with everything Mawra said, I just want to add that bohat kum larkiyan rotay huay itni sundar lagti hain (not every girl looks as beautiful while crying as Mawra does),” is what co star of Mawra in the movie Sanam Teri Kasam, Harshvardhan Rane had to say.

Regarding the movie, Mawra added, “It’s a pure, clean love story. People won’t get what they’re expecting; the movie just got a U certificate.”

Talking about the kissing scene in the movie she said, “Of course [I received flak for that scene]. Some people thrive on negativity so they would only pick on that. If I took all the criticism to heart, I would have stopped working and then I would have never been able to prove my point: this is a great love story.”

Talking about her fans and supporters

“I am very very thankful to them for giving me a response that I have never received before. But I also want to thank even those who criticized me. It gave me the motivation to work harder. And in spite of all the negativity, the number of my fans kept on increasing. I have made this film for them. And I am coming home to promote it. So, I will see them soon,” Mawra added.