Actress Yami Gautam shrugs off failures in her four-year career after delivering a hit with the 2012 film Vicky Donor saying that failure is a part of life.
“There is failure in every industry, there is failure in every step. It’s just that we are working in an industry where everything is just out there that is why it looks so magnified. But failure is a part of life,” she said taking a philosophical view when asked whether failure had upset in the past. The Badlapur star says till the time one doesn’t fail, “how would you know what is the taste of success or what it is to be successful”.
“Even though ‘Vicky Donor’ was a huge success, I have had one or two films, which have not done well, but that’s alright,” she added. Yami says failure is part of the growth of a person. “You do feel bad of course at that time, but if I didn’t move ahead I wouldn’t have got these films that I got today,” Yami said.
About her future movies, Yami said she will soon be sharing screen space with superstar Hrithik Roshan in ‘Kaabil’, directed by Sanjay Gupta. The film, produced by Hrithik’s father Rakesh Roshan is set to release on January 26 next year.
Gautam made her film debut in Kannada film Ullasa Utsaha. While the film failed at the box office, Gautam received positive reviews for her performance. Gautam made her Bollywood debut with Vicky Donor, in which she starred opposite Ayushmann Khurrana. She played the role of Bengali girl Ashima Roy, a girl who falls in love with a Punjabi boy with a past. Despite its small budget, the movie became a major commercial success and received critical appreciation. – CINEWS