Young Geeta Phogat aka Zaira Wasim of film 'Dangal' says it's rather embarrassing to watch myself on the screen, "I hate to watch myself on the screen. It's annoying and embarrassing. I never watch my interviews. I am even scared to watch my film."
She also spoke about the challenges she faced while shooting of Dangal, "I am a debutant and I don't know about challenges. I just blindly follow the instruction given by directors. "It's up to the writers who write brilliantly-shaped scripts and they are the ones who decide what we should do. I think the entire credit should go to the writers. "Even in 'Dangal', if it would not have been a brilliant script, I don't think I would have been called a good actor."
Zaira said, "It doesn't matter what time you are waking up if you love your work. If you love your work, no matter what difficulties come up. It's like you have to do it. Her preparation for an intense scene, "If the scene is emotional or intense, I need my own time. I would rather prefer sitting in one dark room try to comprehend what coming up next. Everyone needs their own space, so do I."
"I think my life was a little different from how the life of a 16-year-old person should be. I never went out much. My dad used to tell me stories that they used to go out all the time. There is a huge hill right next to my house and I have never been there," in real life too Zaira loves her own space more.