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Posted at: Jun 24, 2019, 7:33 AM; last updated: Jun 24, 2019, 7:33 AM (IST)

‘Acting can get tricky’

‘Acting can get tricky’

Kriti Sanon believes acting is a tricky profession as one has to “switch on and off” from their real-to-reel emotions every now and then. 

The actor, who is looking forward to Arjun Patiala, says a performer maybe going through tough times in their life, but when in front of the camera their real emotions should not reflect on-screen.

“We can have tension and stress in our life too and when you work on a film like this (Arjun Patiala) you have to switch off from it completely and turn into a person who is having fun and is cracking jokes. It can get tricky. While filming for Luka Chuppi I was a little messed up in my personal life but I had to get my comic timing right. It is important to switch on and off as an actor,” she said. 

“You can’t translate your real emotions onscreen as that will stay forever and you can let any part of your personal life mess that up. It is tricky to be in this profession because we have to put Kriti, the person aside and focus on Kriti, the actor. It is tougher,” she added. Not just as an actor but as a cinephile, Kriti said she enjoys quirky films.

“I like this space. That is one of the reasons I am getting attracted to these kind of scripts. I also like watching such films. And as an actor I tend to do films that I like to watch.” The 28-year-old actor, who was appreciated for her comic timing in Bareilly ki Barfi and Luka Chuppi, said her aim is to make people laugh.  “Comedy is much needed in today’s time as there is a lot of stress in everybody’s life. I want to entertain people, make them laugh. It is a fun genre to be a part of.”—PTI 


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