Actress Kirti Kulhari, who made it big in Bollywood in 2011 looks at her situation quite realistically. After her first movie, Shaitan, she says she is not at a level where she will be flooded with offers.
There are lot of movie projects in Bollywood industry and also there is an abundance of talent reaching far beyond the increase of production.
Kirti, who will be next seen in Pink, says she is confident that things will change for the better after the release of the film dealing with a controversial theme of sexual abuse.
“It’s tough to crack in Bollywood. When you start doing sensible films than others then they (people) categorise you as the serious actor and that also doesn’t work for you. I am not at a level where I will be flooded with offers,” Kirti said in an interview.
“Hopefully, things will change after ‘Pink’. It is one film after ‘Shaitan’ where I am hoping things will change for me,” she added.
“Pink” is produced by “Piku” director Shoojit Sircar and has been directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu.
Kirti says she will be seen playing a girl from Lucknow. “I am playing a girl called Falak from Lucknow in this film. She has studied in JNU and the girls who work are living together leading a carefree life till tragedy struck”.
“Falak is also in a relationship with her professor who is almost her father’s age. She comes from a broken family… and is very protective and practical,” she said.
After post graduating with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, Kulhari made her acting debut in Khichadi The Movie in 2010 followed by a role in Shaitan in 2011. – CINEWS