Kiara Advani talks about being accepted in Bollywood, says 'It feels encouraging when people call you'

Kiara Advani, being an outsider, talks about the acceptance in Bollywood and says it feels encouraging when people call you after watching your work
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: February 11, 2021 13:27 IST
Kiara Advani talks about being accepted in Bollywood, says 'It feels encouraging when people call you'

Kiara Advani, who made her debut with the film Fugly, has come a long way. Now, she's popularly knowing for playing Preeti in Kabir Singh and Sakshi in MS Dhoni. Being an outsider, Kiara talks about getting acceptance in the Bollywood industry. "Acceptance did take some time. But today, I cannot explain how encouraging it feels when people from your fraternity go out of their way to message or call you after watching your work. Whenever I watch a film that has touched me, or a performance I admire, I always find a way to get in touch with that person because everyone likes to be appreciated. It’s so motivating to get that acknowledgment," she told a tabloid.

 
"I also give a lot of credit to my South film, Bharat Ane Nenu that I did with Mahesh Babu, my loyal fanbase was formed from that film. And it’s because of that I got noticed and more people wanted to work with me. It was like they realised that, ‘Okay, she’s connecting with the fans and people like her. So let’s explore her as an actor and tap her potential’. They saw the performer in me. I’ll always be grateful to every film that I’ve been a part of, even the ones that didn’t do too well, it’s the journey and experiences that’ll always be close to my heart," she added.
 
Kiara's last film Indoo Ki Jawani performed well at the box office. She also impressed the audience with her role in Good Newzz. Stay tuned with us for more latest updates on Bollywood.




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