Sangati Jogwar

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  • Kiara has always maintained that she wanted to take risks and wanted those risks to meet commercial.
  • She will be next seen in two big movies-Don 3 and War 2 doing action scenes.

Kiara Advani is currently in Cannes 2024 representing India. She is also making news back home for being a part of the much-awaited flick War 2 in which she will be paired alongside Hrithik Roshan. It will be her first big banner movie bankrolled by YRF and that certainly has her excited. She is also doing Don 3 with Ranveer Singh.

Interestingly, Kiara has always maintained that she wanted to take risks and wanted those risks to meet commercial. During an interview with Anupama Chopra at Cannes, Kiara Advani spilled beans on some of the important things in her life including coming on board for War 2 and Don 3.

She said, “I have always wanted to do action movies for the longest time. So when it came my way I have to do it with the best team and whatever I do has to be unique in its way and I have to find my space within that.”

She added, “So even if it is a big movie and it is like. For example, Shershaah is a war movie and the title role is that of Captain Vikram Batra. So what is she going to have in the film? But the fact is that making a mark in that film in itself is a big deal. And I think that is important.”

According to Kiara Advani, better screen quality time is what she is more interested in instead of big or small roles.

It is Kiara’s 10th year in the film industry and she is happy that she has been a part of Bollywood this long and also has managed to survive and thrive. Talking about the same the Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 actress said, “It has been both exciting and thrilling at the same time. How exciting that in my 10th year here (Cannes) I am on a global platform. I think it’s quite interesting, in a pinch-me mood to be here right? Well, I am still observing and taking it all in.”

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