Kriti Sanon, who recently witnessed success with ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’, has spoken about her film choices.

Talking to PinkVilla, Sanon said, “I don’t want to follow any rules or restrictions. I just follow my heart. There might be a time, when I am doing more films, where I like three scripts in a row that are happening in one year.  I would go mad and have just about no time; but then, you can’t predict.”

She also opened up about the concept of how films are made, “Trust me, I don’t like sitting at home either. But sometimes, things are not in your hands, and at times, there are films that I have signed, but for one or the other reason, they don’t start immediately. There are films that take a little longer than usual to make. Some require more time to prep for, and you can’t take anything else at the time.”

Sanon asserted that she was the type, who thinks from the audience’s point of view while listening to scripts. She added,  “It needs to come from within, when you want to do a film. When I hear a narration, it’s always entertaining, and I think from the audience’s point of view as to whether they would like it or not. And then, I follow my instinct and gut feeling.”

She further added, “You choose films, but sometimes, films also choose you. So, if you are not doing something for a while, it might be because there is something else, something much better, waiting to land in your lap”.

By Sonica Jonnakuti