Tara Sutaria is one of the leading actresses in Indian cinema. Since her debut film, Student Of The Year 2, the actress has been making headlines and noise with her qualitative talent, and in films like Tadap, Marjaavan, and several others, she has proved her mettle and stamped that she is a force to reckon with. Also known for her fashion sense and eye-pleasing appearance, the actress has impressed us time and again with her other talents, like singing.
Before debuting in the films and mesmerizing us with her voice, Tara Sutaria was a performer and host at the NCPA, The Royal Opera House. The leading actress took to her social media and went lane down to the nostalgia, where she shared a snippet of her performance from her early days.
Sharing the snippet, Tara Sutaria captioned,
"Before my film debut I was fortunate to have spent years performing in and hosting concerts of my own. The NCPA, The Royal Opera House, Blue Frog and Liberty Cinema have been my most cherished theatres to perform in. I miss them terribly and thought I’d share a snippet of my rendition of an Italian aria I love called “ O mio babbino caro “ filmed during my concert with The Bombay Chamber Orchestra, at the reopening of the iconic Liberty Theatre I was 18 here! :)"
The snippet shared by the actress shows her artistic and creative side that not many people are aware of and she is seen giving an intense performance.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Tara Sutaria will be headlining the thriller movie Apurva which is directed by Nikhil Nagesh Bhat.