Words matter. These are the best Kajal Aggarwal Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I am at a stage where I want to be known as a versatile actor.
I studied mass media and brand management and was looking to do an MBA. When an acting offer came by, I thought I’ll do one film so that it would look good on my CV. Films happened one after another, in different industries. I’m so glad things turned out the way they did.
I’m happy that all my films are different from one another.
As actors, we put in our best, but when people don’t like a film, you have to learn to deal with it. I’ve learnt not to get too emotional.
A woman can never have enough shoes.
Apart from hard work and being in the right projects, you need to re-invent yourself. I’d be bored doing the same thing over and over, and the audience wouldn’t like it, too. The trick is to break that monotony.
Certain scripts require an ensemble cast. I’m absolutely fine with that. I will not deprive myself of the chance to be part of a good film because of insecurities or fear of losing my market. But my role must be well-defined.
Chiranjeevi sir is extremely humble and gracious. He is a superstar, but he is one of the nicest, sweetest, most grounded individuals.
I don’t believe any color in particular can bring good luck. I think it’s just a coincidence that I was introduced in white costumes. That said, the color is very soothing. So, my house is all white.
I prefer the Telugu film industry, as women are respected more than they are in the Tamil film industry. In Tamil cinema, they care only about their hero, who is God.
I’m very loyal to my south fans and the industry there. So, it’s hard for me leave all the love, respect, and admiration and shift base here. I’m a Mumbai girl and have lived here for most of my life. At the same time, I’ve spent 10 years of my life in the South and feel like a south Indian at heart.
I recently read an article on how I was dropped from a film because I couldn’t dance! It was so ridiculous that I decided to shut up about it. Let people say what they want to. It’s such a waste of time.
We are Punjabis from Amritsar, though I was born and brought up in Mumbai and did my Bachelors in Mass Media, specializing in advertising and marketing.
In my final year of college, I was interning with L’Oreal, when during one of the photo shoots, a photographer suggested I become a model. I was working under Smira Bakshi, who was this really cool chick, as she was loaded, had her fun, and was successful. I basically aspired to be her.
I am trying my best to strike a balance. How many hours a day can I work? I work for 12-15 hours a day; it gets very strenuous. I balance between Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi.
I’ve only chosen films that offered me something concrete, even if it is less than what I get to do in the South.
There are some movies you do for the character; there are some movies you do for the people.
I buy clothes that have repeat value.
Working with Chiranjeevi sir, I realized the professionalism and attitude they used work with. It’s just so contagious. When such a personality is doing that, everyone around, too, would do that out of respect. Work was far more efficient, smoother.
My grandmother knitted me a crochet top when I was 15. I still fit into it and will never give it away.
Akshay Kumar is a senior in the industry, and I consider myself lucky to be working with him. Each film of his opens to a packed house. Today, a film will sell only if you have a story. The audience is smart and won’t be taken for a ride. And I’m confident about my movies.
I did not enter the industry to create a certain image. People happened to see me as the friend/sister/daughter next door. I like that association very much. It’s close to what I am in real life. As for films, I just focus on the job.