Kriti Sanon, reflecting on her decade-long journey in Bollywood, discussed the challenges she faced, particularly regarding nepotism and limited opportunities in the industry.

Kriti’s Reflections

In a recent interview following her appearance in “Crew,” Kriti expressed her frustration with the disparity between her potential and the roles she was offered. She yearned for deeper characters to showcase her true capabilities, likening herself to a vessel capable of conveying immense talent.

Nepotism in Focus

Kriti highlighted the prevalence of nepotism in Bollywood, noting how individuals from film backgrounds often received preferential treatment over newcomers like herself. She questioned the ease with which some newcomers secured significant opportunities without having established themselves through prior work.

Career Milestones

Kriti’s journey began alongside Tiger Shroff in their debut film “Heropanti” in 2014. Since then, she has diversified her roles, moving beyond typical urban girl portrayals in films like “Bareilly Ki Barfi” and “Luka Chuppi.” Her breakthrough performance came in “Mimi,” earning her accolades, including the Best Actress award at the National Awards. Her recent films, “Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya” and “Crew,” have also found success at the box office, with “Crew” continuing its successful theatrical run.

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