According to Suniel Shetty
, there was never a moment when Athiya said she was not able to do her work properly.
"She is extremely hard working and passionate. The only thing she told me is, 'Dad I did so many takes today but I am not happy... Nikhil sir said it is ok but I did not like it'."
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"Then she would message or call Nikhil at the night saying I am not happy with the way I did a scene. So he used to ask her to do one more take of the scene in morning. These were the only things that she told me. She never said, 'I am tired'," he said.
Suniel has told Athiya
to look at a film from a producer's perspective. "I told her look at the film from producer's point of view as he puts in his hard earned money... He is treated worst and if he loses at the box-office then he loses all. Make sure you are on time.
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"I told her to understand and read the script.. The more you said no to a script the better it is today. She enjoys and is passionate about her work," he added. "Hero", co-produced by Salman Khan Films and Subhas Ghai, is a remake of filmmaker's 1983 movie with the same name.