Kriti Sanon: It Took Me 3 Years to Get My Vogue Cover

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Kriti Sanon recently interviewed to Pinkvilla where she presented her views about her success in Bollywood.

However, she also did speak about the various ups and down of her career and even compared that of a star kid who generally get an unfair advantage in securing their career without doing a much hard work.

The Bollywood actress not only feels great about all her success in Bollywood but also clarifies that her professional journey would have been much simpler if she had been a star kid.



During her interview, Kriti spoke about her initial struggle to prove herself.

She also said that you need to prove your worth and continue to work hard from the very beginning.

On the other hand, if you are a star kid, you don’t have to struggle to secure your career in the cine world like her.

This is what she said, “When you don’t come from a film family, you don’t get your second film before your first film releases. Which happens when you come from a film family, many times. To even come on magazine covers is a big deal. You have to go through a lot to reach that place. Like coming on a Filmfare cover for the first time.My Vogue cover was after about three years and I have done only one till now,” she said.

The actress also gave a few examples in support of what she had to say. She counted the example of Suhana Khan who first appeared on the cover of the famous Vogur magazine without having any projects in her hand.

Another example is of Sara Ali Khan managed to secure her second film even before the release of the first one.

This is what the actress added further, “I just feel like those things, the small struggles which you sometimes see happening very easily with other people and you’re like ‘why, what?’. I am probably way more experienced. But I feel those are the times that you let go of the clutter in you brain because there are more important things and you have to start seeing the good side and the opportunities that your are getting as an outsider.”

On the professional front, Kriti Sanon will be next featured in Mimi, to be directed by none other than Laxman Utekar.

It’s basically the remake of a Marathi language film titled Mala Aai Vhhaychay starring Sai Tamhankar, Manoj Pahwa, Pankaj Tripathi and Supriya Pathak in their prominent roles.