Having recently reached the five year mark as an actress in one of the more formidable film industries in the world, Kriti Sanon recently spoke to the media about her evolution and what she has learnt through the years.
“There wasn’t any plan so there weren’t any expectations. But I really hoped I would get accepted and find my place in this huge industry, especially because I am not from the film background. I always knew that it’s very difficult to crack it,” DNA India reports the actress explaining.
She went on to say, “Here, your luck changes every Friday and it’s not the most secure profession but I hoped that I would get opportunities that would make me do different kind of work. I’m happy with the way it all panned out.”
Talking about what being in the industry has taught her, Sanon expressed, “You shouldn’t be stagnant and repetitive in what you do. That’s the only way to stay alive in the industry and keep going… You have to constantly keep growing and working hard.”
“When we watch films from the outside as an audience, it’s so much fun, (you think) ‘what a life’. Sure it’s fun and the life is great but nobody sees the sleepless nights that people go through, the insecurities, the constant improving of oneself and being at it,” the actress added.
Though only four films old, Sanon has definitely made her mark and offers seem to be coming her way all the time. Talking about this, she went on to say, “You start getting more offers and opportunities and feel you’re on the right track. The belief that ‘you have it in you’ becomes stronger when it’s accompanied with success… I never imagined myself, a normal middle class Delhi girl, doing what I do now. I’m extremely proud.”
Sanon will next be seen in ‘Housefull 4’ helmed by Arjun Patiala and Ashutosh Gowariker’s ‘Panipat’.