Dazzling actress Nargis Fakhri said that as a child she could not take any music lessons as she grew up really poor. In her upcoming film Banjo, Nargis plays a DJ from New York, who comes to Mumbai to find local talent and make music with them.
In a recent media interaction, Nargis said, “For me, I regret being really poor growing up so I couldn’t afford to take lessons. That was really sad. I believe playing an instrument is something really beautiful and a great talent.”
Nargis, who made her debut with Rockstar, said she started learning acoustic guitar after her first film. She further added that “I didn’t have people around to inspire me. But after my first film, I got inspired to try the acoustic guitar. It’s hard for me, but I still try. I have three of them at home, and I pick it up once in a while.”
Directed by Ravi Jadhav, the musical drama features Riteish Deshmukh as a Banjo player.