Kirti Kulhari has expressed the lack of talent in Bollywood has made it difficult to challenge stereotypes for actors.
Kulhari, who was recently seen in ‘Indu Sarkar’ (2017), feels the industry tries to stereotype people into playing certain characters but she is trying to break the mould. “Few people in the film industry understand talent. When you call someone an actor, it means they are able to do anything, play any kind of role with ease. I am very clear about what I want as an actor”, she said, as reported in Hindustan Times.
She went onto add that at the start of her career she was told to network but the actress stated this was not the best advice and believes Bollywood is lacking talent. “Talent is what our industry lacks and is constantly on the lookout for”, she added.
The actress will be seen next in ‘Raita’ in which she plays an emotionally lost girl which she believes will showcase her talent and her in a different light. “My role in the film will definitely not be an empowering one. My character is very different from the kind of roles I have played in my films such as ‘Pink’ (2016) and ‘Indu Sarkar’. I will be playing a girl who is emotionally lost and doesn’t have the maturity to understand things as they are.”
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