Vastavam web: Actor Kriti Sanon believes there is more insecurity in the acting profession but the only way to survive in the industry is to go with the flow and understand that nothing lasts forever.An engineering graduate, Kriti became a model before debuting as an actor with “Heropanti” in 2014.She has since featured in films such as “Dilwale”, “Raabta” and “Bareilly Ki Barfi”.The actor says rather than focusing on quantity, one should do a film for the right reasons.
“I realise that success and failure both don’t last for too long, you are as good or bad as your last film. It’s very important to choose the film for the right reason. It’s important to balance things out and not get stuck in one kind of cinema or genre.”As an actor, it not only helps me grow but also gives the audience to see a different version of you. I’ve always tried to do that.” The 27-year-old actor, who is the brand ambassador for education New Zealand, launched scholarships and Masters campaign for Indian students at an event last evening.Kriti is excited about her line up of films. She has “Arjun Patiala” with Diljit Dosanjh, “Lukka Chuppi” co-starring Kartik Aryan, the comedy franchise “Houseful 4” and Ashutosh Gowariker’s period drama “Panipat” featuring Arjun Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt.All these films, Kriti says, will keep her on her toes as they are remarkably different from each other.