Richa Rathore is now seen in an all-new avatar in Sonali and Amir Jaffar's "Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha". Excited about the new look, the young actress said she feels like a whole new being. She said, "It is one of my personal favourites. It's Indo-western and classy and I have always liked this kind of a look."
The actress revealed that her character has also changed because of the things that happened in her past. "Nandini has become more strong, confident, and independent. She has managed to learn English and has become more knowledgeable. As an actor I have to work on getting the Gujarati accent out completely and speak in Hinglish," she said.
"In her heart, Nandini still feels for people and is kind but she has zero-tolerance for wrong and would never give second chances to people because of what has happened with her in the past. I feel this is Nandini 2.0, modern yet anchored in her roots. 'Ajj ki ladki, apne liye kafi hun.'" she added.
What do you like the most about Nandini 2.0? "The forces have changed but the essence remains the same," Richa wrapped up.