Words matter. These are the best Athiya Shetty Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I did a lot of theatre in school and loved performing in front of people.
I do lot of weight training, I eat everything as well. I don’t believe in starving or dieting. So that’s basically how I got fit.
People need to be sensitive to all body types. Not everybody is meant to look the same.
My father trusts me and my judgement. I will not let him down.
I have very few people, who I can call my own and trust them.
I think everybody has their own journey.
We are human beings, and it’s okay if we have a bad hair day or bad day in general.
It’s ok to make mistakes in fashion because that is what it is all about. One should make mistakes and learn from the same, then it is fun.
I am a bathroom singer, that’s for sure, and that’s where I will remain!
I am a sensitive person and am emotional, but will never show it. I am a giver as I feel for people, but I don’t give to everybody. But if I connect with the person and genuinely feel for the person, then I will.
I have always looked up to Ileana for the way she presents herself. She is so full of grace and is a very honest person.
People think that I am very innocent and elegant, but I am the complete opposite of that.
I don’t make a conscious effort about being a fashionista.
With your first film, you can make mistakes, but your second and third movies map out your career.
There are many outsiders in Bollywood and you’ll find people from different parts of the world and cultures coming together.
You should sign a movie you want to be part of, which is why I signed ‘Mubarakan.’
I don’t walk under a ladder, or open an umbrella in a room. I have always been superstitious.
It might sound crazy, but if you have faith and if you believe, you can achieve so much.
Everyone has their own journey and their ups and downs.
Our family rule is that we don’t give each other advice. We pick up on our learnings as our journey unfolds.
In India, freedom has to be about equality – mainly between men and women in terms of education and work.
My dad got into the film industry around the time I was born.
Working with seniors like Anil Kapoor makes you learn so much.
I want to do films that I’ll feel proud of; they should teach me something.
I practice gratitude everyday.
I try to workout around four to five times a week.
I am my biggest critic. I am never satisfied with anything.
I didn’t have any connection with movies except for the fact that my father was an actor.
I don’t judge people who are in item numbers.
My father is very hardworking and since I was a child, the one thing that I have noticed about him is his dedication. I have adopted that from him. He is always on time. He always maintains his professionalism.
I am a big fan of Sabyasachi and I would definitely love to walk the ramp for him some day.
When I’m at home, I wear track pants and hoodies. That’s my go to comfort clothing.
I want to better myself as an actor, more than anything else.
I don’t want to make a statement when it comes to fashion.
There were days when I would feel extremely nervous and insecure, wondering if I was making the right decisions and going about my career correctly.
Sometimes, things just fall into your lap. You look back and try to figure out how it all happened and you never know.
I am a joker in my family. I don’t need to do anything, but the things I say and my actions make everyone laugh without even realizing.
My father is a realistic person when it comes to the industry.
There is a pressure to look good always and look your best. But I think it is important to feel normal sometimes. Because people look up to us and they should also know we are normal. So, it is ok to have an off day.
The world needs to change, people need to introspect and be grateful for what they have.
People waited for my debut. But at the same time, the biggest disadvantage of a star child is facing criticism of nepotism.
I wanted to be an actor since I was three years old; I would dance to Madhuri Dixit’s ‘Ek do teen’ in front of the mirror and recite dialogues from ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho,’ ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… ,’ ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai…’
I was a star kid but I was never treated like one, because I never went on the sets with my dad.
People think I am confident, natural. I hope I portray that on-screen.
Everybody makes fun of me because I have no genre! My playlist is filled with different music. I decide the genre according to my mood.