Kriti Sanon
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Kriti Sanon will play a variety of roles in upcoming films such as “Bhediya,” “Mimi,” and “Adipurush.” She thinks she is now in a position to try something new and challenging. “When you’ve established yourself a little and people like you, and the film is doing the numbers you want it to, it gives you the courage to try something new. I believe that as an actor, you get tired of repeating yourself, and the audience gets tired of seeing you in the same types of films. Yeah, there is a conscious effort to try something new and not repeat yourself “IANS is told by her.

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She expresses herself thus: “I’ve also had the opportunity to read a number of scripts. I’d watch both horror comedies if they were released tomorrow. It’s good to mix things up a little and not do the same things all the time.”

The actress, who made her Bollywood debut with 2014’s “Heropanti,” reflects on the projects she’s worked on over the last few years that have helped her build a strong footing in the industry.

“Bareilly (Ki Barfi) was a watershed moment for me because (director) Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, (co-writer) Nitesh (Tiwari) sir, and producer Dinesh (Vijan) believed in me.” They thought I’d be a good fit for the role of Bittu. I believe you ought to believe in an actor rather than the actors, or at least that’s how I see the red carpet. They believed it, and I’m grateful for that. That movie was so unlike anything I’d done before. It allowed me to get away from the hair, make-up, and songs and into something more down-to-earth, where I could just enjoy the characters.”After that, 99 percent of the characters I was provided were from small towns,” Kriti remembers.

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Her 2019 film “Lukka Chuppi” is also credited with providing a much-needed boost.

“Thanks to the success of ‘Luka Chuppi,’ I’ve gained the confidence to try new things.” In ‘Panipat,’ Ashu sir (Ashutosh Gowariker) profoundly moved me. The character may have disappeared, but I believe he propelled me as a performer to new heights. I was shocked when I received the feedback. “I didn’t know this character could be so powerful when I was shooting,” she says.