Words matter. These are the best Kriti Kharbanda Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Pawan Wadeya’s ‘Googly’ gave me a new lease of life in Kannada cinema. I feel blessed that way. There’s been no looking back since.
It was nothing less than a dream come true shooting with Farah Khan.
When I am practicing yoga, I try to avoid music. But if I really have to listen to something, I listen to the Om chant.
I have apparently become a sequel queen because of films ‘Raaz: Reboot,’ ‘Guest-Iin-London,’ ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se’ and ‘Housefull 4.’
I would love to do more Hindi films, but I am very laid-back that way and wouldn’t go looking for more films.
I think that Delhi Metro has made things convenient for people, and we must credit the government for that. The Metro network that they have built in the city without disturbing any infrastructure is amazing.
I think women – or human beings, for that matter – are vulnerable. It’s your vulnerability that makes you beautiful and stronger in your own way. Because then you’re more accepting to newer things.
I miss Mumbai when I’m not here. The city does that to you, and it’s exciting.
Ideally, as an actor, we all crave attention, appreciation, and to be recognised. What’s the point of doing it yourself? It needs to come from someone else, and when that happens, I enjoy that moment.
If you’re not vulnerable, and you’re too headstrong and clear about the path you want to take, it won’t help you grow. Vulnerability doesn’t have to be a negative thing. If you take the right spin on it, it can be extremely positive.
I want to be famous. That’s my ambition, and there is nothing wrong with it.
I am all for love marriage. I am not the kind of person who can be instructed to fall in love. I am not saying that it cannot happen. Most of my family members met the person and decided to get married. Their marriages have worked beautifully.
I don’t think there’s any space for any negativity or insecurity on the set of ‘Housefull 4.’ It feels like a big, crazy family.
The challenge is when you’re offered similar roles, and you have to play them differently. I don’t want people to say, ‘She performs similarly in every film. There is no versatility.’
It’s unbelievable that I’m working in the same industry as Mr. Amitabh Bachchan and working with Mr. Dharmendra.
Never in my wildest dreams I thought I would work with Dharmendra sir. I remember the first selfie I took with him, I posted on our family WhatsApp group. My father couldn’t stop beaming with joy. I could feel it. Everytime I see them proud, it makes everything so worth it.
I feel like, for an actor, eyes are the most important thing. So I’m a little obsessed with eye creams.
I want to work with Sriram Raghavan, Imtiaz Ali, Karan Johar, and, of course, any other director who is offering a great role to play in a film.
I have become limitless and stronger. You don’t need that attitude to survive in Bollywood, but when you are doing a film like ‘Raaz,’ you can’t go on set with inhibitions.
I’ve been travelling around moving from one movie set to another… it’s been back-breaking, but am not complaining.
I have always been dramatic, so I think being an actress comes naturally to me. I think I am pretty good at it.
I’ve lost count of the number of saris I have. I can assure you that you will never catch me repeating a style of sari or a blouse ever. I love wearing them, and I have a sari for every occasion.
I think the advantage I have with yoga is that it is something I can do on my own and can’t make excuses that I don’t have a place or the time. One can practice yoga anywhere, anytime. You don’t have to worry about what you’re wearing. For all of these reasons, yoga works for me.
‘Guest Iin London’ didn’t work, but it got me more work; it helped me grow as an actor.
The only Bollywood dream I have is to meet Shah Rukh Khan once.
I make sure that, every morning, my skin is really well moisturised. I use my sunscreen; I make sure I wash my face at least once during the day. I try not to overdo it, just so if there’s any dust on my face, it doesn’t settle into my pores.
I used to have panic and anxiety attacks.
I believe equality in a relationship is very important, and for that, both partners should be equally capable to handle anything.
I’m truly excited to be a part of two successful franchises – ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se’ and now ‘Housefull 4.’
I really like the way Deepika Padukone dresses up. I think she really carries herself very well.
Doing comedy was liberating in a way.
‘Veerey Ki Wedding’ is a comedy of errors in more ways than one. It’s one of those basic, perky comedies. We’re not trying to give out a message or anything.
It’s a hugely popular franchise, and every ‘Housefull’ film has worked well at the box office.
Even if you sulk after a failure, you have to put on that exterior that you are fine. You could be going through a series of nonsense in your personal life or failure in your professional life, but you have to put on that exterior.
I think, in the South, I can do it, especially in the Kannada film industry. I am popular enough to do a woman-centric film there.
What matters to me as a creative artist is the credibility of the production house, the honesty in the script, and the way the filmmaker has conceived the characters in the narrative.
Comedy is not an easy genre.
I think comedy is something I enjoy, so it comes effortlessly.
If there’s garbage in one’s head, that’s what will come out.
One day, a photographer living in our building came up to my mom and asked her if I would like to model. After a few days, I was offered a Kannada film, ‘Chiru,’ which was a lot of fun. But I had to complete my studies, so I went back to college.
I make sure I use, like, a hair mask, and I try not to spend too many days at a stretch with product in my hair, which is difficult ’cause then I have to wash it every alternate day – being an actor is not that easy, because everything you use has chemicals.
People don’t come to the theatres to watch a kiss. It’s the story that appeals to them.
I think objectifying women is not wrong if only her beauty is captured in an aesthetic manner.
I don’t know how any film can bother you. It doesn’t have to do with multi-starrer films. If you are insecure, you can feel insecure being the only girl also.
We need to live and let live. This applies to a couple in general.