WHAT ACTRESS KRITI SANON SAYS ABOUT HER LINK-UP WITH SUSHANT & ON NEPOTISM ?

Kriti Sanon is all set to weave magic with her upcoming romantic flick with Sushant Singh Rajput. Her crackling chemistry with Sushant made her link-up rumours get all the more highlighted in the media, and the paparazzi couldn’t stop writing about it, forgetting the fact that they are performers. Even though both the Bollywood stars have denied these baseless rumours, but that doesn’t stop the press from publishing stories on their alleged love affair. When Kriti was asked about the same recently, she told a leading media house how these reports just got on her nerves after a point and affected her rapport with her ‘Raabta’ co-star.   She said, ” Initially when the link-up stories came out, it did bother us because there was no truth to it. It got on my nerves, but then we started ignoring it. Eventually, we made peace with it and then we laughed it off. We are two people who gel well. We looked out for each other even while shooting and we bond over food more than anything else. ”  Kriti was one of those few actresses in Bollywood who got her big break opposite a star kid Tiger Shroff in ‘Heropanti’. Despite the movie not doing that great at the box-office, she definitely received accolades. When asked how she feels being an outsider in the Bollywood industry she told a media portal, ” I am not so many films old to be known as an insider. I do feel out of place. I don’t know a lot of people and don’t attend too many parties, so I still feel like an outsider. But my house in Mumbai feels like home. My sister, Nupur, has moved in with me and we have a pet dog. My parents also keep visiting me, so I’m not homesick anymore. ”  Kriti further admitted about the existence of nepotism in Bollywood and said, ” I’ve been fortunate. It’s not easy to meet big directors. Nepotism does exist, it always did. Star kids do get way more opportunities, but there are also people like Anushka (Sharma), Deepika (Padukone) and Sushant who’ve managed to make it. So, as long as the opportunities are balanced, it’s fine. ” The Times  of  India : 6th. June,17

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