Words matter. These are the best Rhea Chakraborty Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I drink lots of water and avoid make up as much as possible. I also make sure I get a good night’s sleep.
It’s quite a layered character that I portray in ‘Jalebi’ and I needed to deviate and cut-off completely from the world to get into a different zone as a character. I’m really glad it proved beneficial and worked to my advantage.
I don’t believe I am hot. But I think if you keep your body in shape, work out and look after yourself, it helps.
I learned that you have to fall in love with what you are doing and then you will enjoy it.
Ram Kapoor is super chilled out. He’s so humble. He’s very passionate towards his work. You get to learn a lot from him.
Back during my VJ days, I was overconfident as I was on television and was earning money very early in life.
I dress according to my mood. Some days I don’t want to dress up, while some days I want to look great and so I make an extra effort to put on some Kajal and beautiful dresses, but it all depends on my mood.
I like Vidya Balan, Kareena Kapoor and Anushka Sharma.
There is a somewhat different struggle when one comes from a film family. If you don’t work hard enough or are not talented, you won’t make it.
I was preparing to get into one of the IITs when I was in school. I was a good student.
When you watch films, there are so many different types of characters you want to portray.
Home remedies are the best.
I love all my friends and I don’t hide that.
I am a Bengali. My mother is from Mangalore so it’s a mix of both cultures at home.
Actors do all kinds of roles, but once in a while, we also want to do a meaningful film.
Everyone thinks I am Punjabi till I tell them my surname Chakraborty.
Your fashion depends on who you are and you should wear clothes according to who you are. You should also be comfortable in what you wear.
If a guy is going to get paid and will be covered on a magazine cover for revealing his relationship status, then girls toh definitely should get featured in two magazine covers and many more things to reveal the relationship status!
I hate it when people match their clothes, shoes and accessories.
Sonali Cable’ is not a low budget film, it’s a normal budget film.
I don’t do any work that I am not very convinced about. That has always been my stand.
People must at least do basic squats, yoga and surya namaskar every day to keep their mind and body fit.
I am not defined to be in any mould and I can be whatever I want to be.
A lot of people advise me about the things that I need to do and shouldn’t do, but I feel there is no right or wrong in the industry.
I have realised taking a stand is tough, but what’s tougher is maintaining it and letting go of all those who doubt your intent.
When it comes to opportunities, your father or mother can only set up a meeting for you. However, your opportunities will only materialise if the star kid is talented or suits the role.
As a young actor, everything new and different is an opportunity and worth its while.
As actors, we do have certain powers. I want to use them for the right cause.
I do actively look out for any kind of work, whether it’s long form, short or web. I just look out for interesting characters. It doesn’t matter where it is.
Both are two different things. As a VJ, you are yourself. But as an actor, you are playing a character that you want people to fall in love with.
I had auditioned for ‘Band Baaja Baarat’ but did not get selected. I was feeling bad, was upset. But I think certain films are meant by destiny. And that film was not meant for me.
I love my silver payals which I’ve been wearing for years now.
I don’t really have a fitness regime. I swim regularly and hit the gym once in a while but I also eat a lot.
I want everyone to understand that as an actor you need to be able to play different roles, be versatile even in terms of your personality.
It’s so smart to include pockets in gowns.
I think it would be interesting to know what it feels like to be the most beautiful woman in the world.
I’ve always had long hair and it’s something I’m proud of.
Apart from trimming ends, I haven’t really cut my hair.
Chocolate is there in my name itself, so how can I stay away from it?
I believe more in looking after yourself than in doing make-up. So if it’s skin care versus make-up or taking care of your inner body instead of just looking good, choose the former. You will end up looking good in whatever you wear.
I do not follow a charted diet plan. I eat everything.
I don’t think of any movie as big or small, after all what matters is content of the film.
Sometimes I just rub the fruit that I eat for breakfast on my face to hydrate it and give it a nice glow.
MDKM’ has to be the right launch for me. I was pampered a lot on the sets while I bullied everyone.
I can be the girl next door, be the sexy girl, be an action girl. As an actor, this is something that people need to see.
Doing a film with YRF is like a dream come true for a newcomer. It’s like a family here. Everyone looks after you. If you do your work well, they appreciate you. You are in safe hands with such production houses.
When you’re a VJ, you can say whatever you want, dress whatever way you want to. You play your own character.
I think a woman’s role is not just confined to being a homemaker and have babies, but a lot more.
My journey has been beautiful, more than what I could ask for. Of course there have been ups and downs but I’ve been fortunate and grateful for this journey. It has taught me a lot, I’ve grown, become a better actor and a human being.
I don’t think anyone can make it in Bollywood without talent and hard work and it applies to all fields.