Kriti Sanon, who was last seen in Luka Chuppi (2019), alongside Kartik Aryan, has developed an inclination of sorts, towards preferring the comedy genre. In the past too, she has done films of the same genre and what’s interesting is, she isn’t worried about being typecast in a single genre of film. Furthermore, she spoke about the responsibility that the community of actors have. Kriti also added that their attitude and behaviour sent out huge waves of influence, into the world.
In a recent interview, she talked about how actors impressed and influenced the viewers and said, that they should be responsible for their conduct in public for this very reason; she said, “Actors should be responsible in public, because we do influence a lot of people and there are a lot of people who might hear or see you and just follow you or start thinking in a similar way. It is important to weigh your words”. Having contemplated on the seriousness of the situation, she added that people should also consider an actor’s opinion, as a single person’s opinion.
“I like comedy as a genre, which might be very obvious from the types of films I do,” the actress said, additionally, she mentioned that she understood the fact that it was easy to get typecast in a given genre, but she simultaneously is a firm believer of the fact, that one movie is all it would take to break the ‘mould’.
She stressed on the fact that, as an actor, it was important for her to maintain a balance between the selection of her projects. Kriti further stated that people have had mentioned a couple of times about her doing the same kind of roles but the actress pays no heed to such commentaries.
The actress also expressed her opinions on the #MeToo movement. She said that anyone who tried to misuse their power would now be terrified to do so since she hopes that the movement, “has instilled a much-needed fear in the industry.” She counted herself fortunate and mentioned that she had never undergone through something of a similar sort in her career and further hoped, that the change was here to stay.