Words matter. These are the best Vaani Kapoor Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I auditioned several times before I got the part in ‘Shuddh Desi Romance.’
I do tend to sometimes keep myself updated with whatever is trending but I don’t really follow fashion trends.
I do realise I need to expand my social circle so I can meet more people.
I’d like to believe that I’m chic yet cool and casual.
You cannot be loved always, you cannot expect every film of yours to do a certain way, but I feel proud of the work I have done and projects I have been part of.
I feel like every actor charts a different course in their respective career in the industry. Everyone has an individual journey. So, you can’t compare one to another.
My internship with Oberoi hotels and later working with the ITC group in Jaipur helped me get a better exposure; I got to meet expatriates and get acquainted with people from different parts of the country.
I always had a thought about acting but it never seemed practical to take it as an option because I do not have acting or theatre background.
I do not take anything for granted – I like to shoulder every responsibility.
Yes, I come from a protective family. I wasn’t even allowed to sleep over at a friend’s place as a child.
Shamshera’ is a dream project and I feel blessed to have an opportunity to be a part of it and portray such a different and interesting character.
When I was signed by Elite Model Agency, my mom felt it was the right place as it was a professional agency.
Growing up, I loved shopping from the streets of Delhi and love a mix and match of designer wear and high street in my wardrobe.
All that is in my hand is to give my best shot.
Unfortunately, I don’t meet guys and it’s really sad. I only meet actors on set.
My parents support and trust me a lot. They know I would never do anything that will be wrong for me and even if it is, they know I would be smart enough to own up and take a stand for myself, be responsible with what I’m doing.
I have very few friends.
I know Anushka Sharma and Parineeti Chopra. So it would be fun to do a film with them.
I am ambitious and passionate and that in itself is drive. My work gives me happiness.
I have a long list of filmmakers I want to work with. But I have also always had this touch of reality, that if it doesn’t happen, it’s okay.
Ideally, I want my films to work because I want the people who have invested their money to get back their investment and make profits too.
I want to work in all sorts of movies, I am very greedy.
I feel designer wear is great and is created after a lot of thought and effort but it’s essential that we are confident and comfortable with our fashion choices at all times whether it’s on social media or in real life.
In Mumbai, I don’t know many people. I only know colleagues.
I don’t believe in casual dating; I would rather be in a proper relationship.
You have moments when you sulk, when you crib and cry and feel that, ‘why me and why all these things are happening with me.’ We are only human. It’s about facing your fear and not giving up because you are the only person who will support yourself at the end of the day and if you dont do that than nobody else will.
I don’t like the energy at award shows. It’s rehearsed and everybody is just focused on themselves and nobody wants to genuinely applaud for anyone else. People aren’t even listening if someone is giving a speech on stage.
There will be hits and misses; you can’t take it to heart. Of course, you feel bad when something doesn’t do as well as you expected it to, but it’s a part of being in films.
I want to feel happy doing a good film and don’t want to look at cinema with a materialistic yardstick.
I don’t want to end up being dependent on anyone.
I loved ‘NH 10,’ ‘Piku’ and ‘Raazi.’
I’m happy that my parents were supportive. They never really pressurised me into going ahead with just about anything.
I am grateful to my mother for insisting that I complete my education.
I have lost weight; my face is bound to look different.
There are such pretty faces and so many more talents and people with more potential, but they never get their chance because they are not at the right place at the right time.
Education is the key to a bright future.
Everybody dates these days. Like you get to know someone before you end up getting married, committing for a lifetime relationship. So dating is cool, date as much as you want, get to know the person.
I feel everybody gets trolled. There is no one who hasn’t got trolled on social media. I guess trolling has become norm of social media where people enjoy belittling everybody.
Befikre’ is not just about two characters. There is another very prominent third character, and that is Paris.
I’d like to do an action film, a full-on comedy film, family dramas and a soulful romantic film.
I know what I can pull off and what I can’t. That’s important for everyone because not everything will look good on you.
I have grown up in Delhi and have loved shopping from Janpath or Sarojini Nagar and the local stores – for me it’s about a mix and match in the wardrobe and also something that is an extension of your personality.
I had the honour and the privilege to launch the brand Dodo and Moa together with Amazon Fashion at the Amazon Fashion Studio. The brand is a brainchild of Zashed Fashiontech. It is a new age brand for women with a collection that is contemporary, fun and modern.
I had a sheltered childhood.
For all those, who ever think of giving up and give in what others have to say, I would say hold onto your dream and watch it come alive, just like mine.
Loyalty is very important to me.
I can get awkward. I am not the best person to break the ice.
You do feel bad when things don’t work. But you cannot succeed without failing. It goes hand-in-hand.
I think I have started to take life as it comes and quite uninhibitedly, without being repressed by the expectations of the society.
Every new project, every new team and everything teaches you with something which you haven’t learnt or done before.
I feel it is good to be nervous because you are not fully sure or over-confident.
Since ‘Shamshera’ is set in a particular time, the dance sequences require me to have a very Indian, very classical body language, which is why I started taking kathak classes to learn the nuances and the grace.
When you feel low and down, you don’t know whom to talk to and go out with.
Ni Main Yaar Manana Ni’ is a cult classic and also one of my favourite songs from a Yash Chopra movie. The song is about never giving up on one’s love and I connected instantly with it when I first heard it.
I believe in throwing a lot of positive energy in the universe and hope for the best.
I never give in to pressure.
I just want to be a part of something exciting, that’s all.
I’ve learnt that you need to have a thick skin, lots of patience and be consistently good.
No, I am very old school. Everybody has a different definition of old school today. But yes, I do feel that I would like to meet, know a person before taking it forward. I am not the casual hook-up types.
I don’t think I am one of the fashionable actresses in Bollywood but I know what suits me and my body type.
Modelling is something I couldn’t see as my forte or something that I would do for the rest of my life.
I am a bad planner, I cannot really plan my future, so I am keeping my expectations very grounded.
I don’t stay in the constant worried and over-thinking zone.
I don’t think about who is doing what, but give my 100 per cent to whatever is coming to me.
Though most youngsters in France are fitness-conscious, I would not shame anyone for how they look. That’s unacceptable and I don’t stand for it.
If you’re feeling comfortable and confident in whatever you are sporting, you will pull it off. One can even wear garbage bags if they are confident enough.