Kiara Advani Makes Surprising Statements On Her Career!
Kiara Advani who we last saw in Guilty streaming on OTT platform made some surprising statements about her career. The actor, due to COVID – 19 pandemic is staying home and working on her urdu diction, recently posted an appreciation post for her girlfriends which was Awwh-dorable.
The caption read “ miss my girlfriends so so so much. I wish I could drive over and meet them but we’re not risking it. This is an appreciation post for the girls that make every day a little more special. There is probably nothing we can’t share with each other. We met in school, ended up in the same college after four weddings and 3 different time zones, here we are still eachothers soul mates. #AShoutoutTotheGirls 💕” – Kiara Advani
Talking about films Kiara Advani has said some surprising statements about herself and the her career.
“When I Had Started My Career, I Used To Pray To Not Get Stereotyped“
In an interview with Bollywood Life, Kiara shared “When I had started my career, I used to pray to not get stereotyped. I used to see actresses and put them in boxes. Whatever films I was offered, they were very different from each other. So it was not a conscious choice but something that I had hoped for. These films came to me, I wasn’t chasing a different role. I just got different offers. I just got lucky that people didn’t put me in a bracket.”
After her first film Fugly in 2014
“I thought getting your first film was hard enough, that afterwards your phone would ring off the hook with offers…until I realised it wasn’t going to be like that.” shared Kiara.
I prayed for the day my mum has to call my manager for my dates
Kiara said she always wished she had a busy schedule and worked for 12 hours a day.
Talking about her education
“There are people from all parts of the country and from different socioeconomic backgrounds. It really gives you perspective. It’s helped me in my career, with all the parts and characters I’ve had to play.” Kiara shared in an interview with Vogue and also added how her mother told her to first be a graduate and then do whatever she wants to. She graduated from Jai Hind in Mumbai.
Talking about criticism
“Somethings criticism gets you as people don’t understand that you put in three months of hard work into your character.”