Published On: Sat, Nov 28th, 2015

Fawad is very humble: Kriti



As the Bollywood flick, Dilwale is going to release soon, the movie is characterizing fresh girl, besides the old stars, on the chunk, Kriti Sanon, who is on the initial steps of her career and itself is in gravity-defying form. Dilwale is just her second Bollywood movie after Heropanti with Tiger Shroff, and what a vision it is twisting out to be for the novice. Kriti, talking in her interview, bring to mind how it entirely turned out. She got a phone call one day and it was told that Rohit desires to meet her. “I met him and in no time I had penned up for the venture.”

The actress, who was the first model, confidently considers that it has been a chance of a life span. “It couldn’t have been larger than Dilwale,” she tells.

The movie which is going to boost cinemas on December 18 on both sides of the border, Kriti is performing the role of Ishita, a straightforward girl who falls in love with Veer (Varun Dhawan) because of his sincerity. Kriti shares that the girl still out the piercing roles of others in the movie. “I am louder than Ishita in real life,” she witticisms, further stating Rohit had this accurate shape of the girl-next-door kind for her in his brain.

Pairing up by Varun beside with one of Bollywood’s most appreciated on-screen duos, Shah Rukh Khan, and Kajol intended demands and anxiety were an approximately provided. Nevertheless, that is not the matter. “There was no pressure at all. Everyone was very friendly and encouraging,” she says.

Kriti shared that Shah Rukh is one of her movie icons since her infancy by whom she leaned on-screen chuckles and snivels. “We were shooting in Goa and Shah Rukh visited the sets. The moment I saw him, from being all chirpy and animated I went quiet,” she lightheartedly tells. Fascinatingly, when Ishita (Kriti) and Raj (Shah Rukh) turn ways for the initial time in the film Dilwale, she tells off him. “Yes, I was nervous for the reason that I didn’t want to make him do several takes. But I was never intimidated. He was so supportive all throughout.” King Khan is famous regarding this that approximately all co-stars do not bashful away from pointing out. “He supports everyone and helps out so much, even during rehearsals.”

In the recent past, Kriti attempted for her GMAT and determined to carry on her education if all these things would not happen so greatly in the industry. After the hit Heropanti, and now Dilwale, there is definitely no chance to go back. “Now those [her scores] are no longer needed,” she tells, and fairly so. Professionally Kriti is an engineer and have studied electronics and communication degree in college.

Kriti also knows the reality that Bollywood is not the similar industry as it was at the time when she raised up watching it. The increase in production opportunities has unlocked the floodgates for a novice to trial their fate in the industry. Appearances are not now uncommonness; even family support is also available. The novice girl who is on her own in this spirited work settings, tells, “Appearances are not sufficient to assist carry on a film career. There is a lot more required in the long run. Today all sorts of films are being made. There are films being made on women-oriented subjects; a lot of work is going on. The model is such that you need the X-factor in order to survive.”

The industry has been changed a lot that it is no more all about the fun and games. Many are coming with professional education to boost the industry. “There are many engineers [like me] in the industry today.”

It was inquired that she has ever met to Pakistani novice in Bollywood, she tells, “I met Fawad Khan at the Filmfare awards. He is a very humble man,” prior to rapidly stating, “My sister thinks he’s hot.”

She further revealed that after making the debut in Heropanti “I went to the office of Bollywood Hungama for an interview and they told me that they conducted a survey that showed a significant number of my followers belong to Pakistan,” she brings to mind. “I would want to express my love for all my fans over there. I can’t thank them enough for the support. We work [in the film industry] to bridge gaps between people.” Kriti states that it is difficult to reply each fan individually but she “reads all tweets sent to her by her Pakistani fans.”

Kriti further revealed that she is the big fan of Pakistani dramas and like Pakistani entertainment channel Zindagi TV aired in India. “My mom admires the natural setting of the Pakistani dramas aired here. They talk on the screen like they would in real life. Their lehja (accent) is so good.” “Actually that is where I saw Fawad for the first time.”


About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.