Yami Gautam claims to have evolved both as a person and as a performer over the years and today he feels more comfortable.
This year, Yami will be seen in Batti Gul Meter Chalu as a lawyer and will later be interpreted as an officer of the secret services in Uri based on the surgical attacks of the army Indian through the LoC in 2016.
"With the kind of work I am doing, I feel like myself, I am uninhibited and ready to face challenges, I am in a happy space," he says. "I had to cut my hair for & # 39; uri & # 39; and the hair is a big problem for an actor, but I said it does, it's worth it," he adds.
The 29-year-old actor says he has evolved both as a person and as a performer over the years and today he feels more comfortable. "I was a private girl, but then you realize that it's important to evolve and be yourself, I'm not trying to be this new energetic person suddenly, sometimes I create inhibitions and lines on my own, but today I feel good to let the my inner personality reflects, both in my work and in my life. "
Yami was appointed the ambassador of the Hong Kong tourism brand, for which he recently visited the city. He says that the opportunities that come from all sides, both in terms of films and brands, make her feel slightly more responsible. "You feel important when you represent something, I am responsible for it, but I enjoy it and I take it as it is," says the actor.