Sangati Jogwar

Kriti Sanon debuted in Bollywood almost 5 years ago through “Heropanti” opposite Tiger Shroff. Although her rise in the B-town has not been scintillating she has managed to hold her own amidst the stiff competition and with no Godfather whosoever to support. Her recently released movie “Panipat” tanked at the box-office but it taught her a lot.

Directed by Ashutosh Gowarikar the movie showed Kriti in the role of Parvatibai, who is the wife of Sadashivrao Bhao played by Arjun Kapoor. Despite comparison with Ranveer and Deepika’s “Bajirao Mastani” Kriti was appreciated for her role of a Maharashtrian iconic figure from the Maratha history.

Kriti Sanon Talks About Choosing Movies & Challenges

While speaking about her journey over the last few years as an actor, Kriti said that she has definitely evolved and with no film background or acting course, she has mostly relied on being organic and spontaneous in her approach towards acting. The “Panipat” actress says although she does a bit of homework there is no fixed formula that guarantees success in the film world.

That is why for Kriti the trickiest part of being an actress is to figure out what can work and what cannot. She believes in working by hit and trial way and is constantly trying to find out a script that will help her surprise the audience. Kriti also thinks that these things keep her growing. Similar to other big actors like Amitabh Bachchan or Shah Rukh Khan, the “Bareilly Ki Barfi” actress also believes that for an artist being satisfied with his/her craft leads to stagnation.

The actress says she is very much critical about her performance and analyzes it. Kriti says, “I have learned from mistakes and by doing this, I feel I have broadened my horizon. Now I look at things from a different perspective.” In 2020, she will be seen in “Bachchan Pandey” with Akshay Kumar and “Mimi” which is based on the life of a surrogate mother.