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I wouldn’t have taken up modeling as a profession. It was more of a hobby.
– Kriti Sanon
The more you do, the more you think, the better you get.
I have declined projects made under big banners because I didn’t have much to do in them.
I can’t stand on the roadside and have Pani Puri like before. But, at the same time, being an actor makes you feel special. People look up to you, want to know more about you, and shower you with so much love without even knowing you personally. It’s overwhelming.
The more successful you become, the more known you become, everything you say is minutely scrutinised a lot.
The title ‘Dohchay’ is very perfect for the film. It is used very well in the title track. If you see the film, you will understand it.
I am very instinctive when it comes to a script.
After graduating, I began auditioning for films while continuing to model. I did a few fashion shows, ad shoots, and even got a few Bollywood offers, but nothing great.
Even my family is shocked that I chose this profession.
My mom keeps khabar of everything, so I don’t feel lonely.
In the mornings, I use a good moisturiser and a colouring lip balm. In the evenings, though, I like to go a little glam.
There was a lot of pressure on me when I signed ‘Dilwale,’ and though it did not do as well in India, overseas the business was crazy despite competition from another film.
Women simply need to know the right technique of shaving to get the best results.
When I was young, I remember the first song I danced to was ‘Akhiyan Milaon,’ because I am a big fan of Madhuri Dixit.
I was horrified to find out that a startling percentage of women, even in Bengaluru, do not go out or wash their hair during their periods.
I played a tomboy character in ‘Dohchay.’
I auditioned for quite a lot of films. I do not wish to name the films I auditioned for. There were times when I knew I would not be fit for this film, or I would not get this film. Still, I used to audition for it just to get experience… to practice.
I think I’m someone you would really break down easily, so I have to work on that.
I believe in comfort and dressing according to my body type. I have a tall frame. So a lot of things suit me more than it would others.
I come from a family of working professionals: my dad is a chartered accountant, and my mom is a professor.
It’s better to focus on one film rather than take up two or three films at the same time.
The journey from engineering to acting just happened. I guess some things are meant to be.
Destiny plays an important part, but talent and hard work is also important.
Before anyone else, women need to accept that neither does life stop, nor does it change for those few days in a month.
I would love to play a completely negative character if it’s backed by a super script.
I am an engineer by profession, but I knew I wanted to act. My parents always encouraged me, and when my father shifted to Mumbai for work for a brief while, I came along.
There is a slight tomboyish side to me. But I was studious, and I did not bunk classes!
I was clear about the fact that my first film should be ‘big,’ since it’s the start of your whole career graph.
We are all somewhere or the other a little grey, not black and white. We have our imperfections.
I want to play a character with grey shades.