Mumbai: Like every aspirant Mahima Hora came to Mumbai to live her dreams of becoming an actor. She was ready to toil all day to attain her goals but with no wish to compromise. She started with theatre and gradually grew to get a desired gateway to the Tinsel town. Mahima Hora has been a very dedicated and ambitious competent since the time she entered theatre and has left a benchmark for others.
Mahima Hora has been very dedicated towards achieving her goals and living her dreams. She has been a keen observer of movies and claims to take inspiration from actors like Monster (2003 Film) Charlize Theron Character, films like 3 Idioits, Wednesday, Special26, Baby, Guzaarish, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam,Mother India, Khoon Bhari Maang And Phool Bane Angaarey.
Being a big Bollywood buff she wishes to be associated with big banners Like- Raju Hirani, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Neeraj Pandey, Ashutosh Gowariker and Anand L Rai and Karan Johar in her future ventures and make a significant presence in the Bollywood industry.
Elated about the film Mahima Hora says,” I draw inspiration from smallest of things happening around me. I have a big list of dream directors I want to work with. I have been very focused on what I wanted to achieve. Directors like- Raju Hirani, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Neeraj Pandey and many more will give my talent the right platform to enhance and make my presence felt in Bollywood as a fresh face. I assure not to disappoint my audience and deliver pure acting.”
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