Ac­tor Kriti Khar­banda for­gets to live in the mo­ment be­cause her ex­pec­ta­tions with her­self never end

Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - City - - ENTERTAINMENT - Rishabh Suri ■ rishabh.suri@htlive.com

Ac­tor Kriti Khar­banda isn’t sat­is­fied with how her ca­reer is shap­ing up. Not that the kind of work she has got so far haven’t been good, but she ex­pects more from her her­self.

“I am not at all sat­is­fied. There’s no way to sat­isfy me. I am one of those peo­ple who, when they get some­thing they want, need even more. I think I in­vented the con­cept of want­ing more,” she quips. “As it is said, ex­pec­ta­tions only grow with time, and keep in­creas­ing with each pass­ing day. I am sure I prayed for this day a year ago. Some­times, I for­get to live in the mo­ment,” says Kriti, who was re­cently seen in Yamla Pagla Dee­wana Phir se along­side the De­ols — Sunny, Bobby, and Dhar­men­dra.

On the amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence she had shoot­ing for the film, Kriti re­veals, “I think when you get the De­ols to­gether, you can be sure there’s go­ing to be a lot of com­edy. At the same time, Dharam and Sunny sir are very emo­tional in life. Bobby is, too, but he doesn’t show it. You can tell it by how he holds his dad’s hand. Like one day, Dharam sir said he was ready (for the day’s sched­ule), but Bobby said ‘Rest for ten more min­utes, dad. We will go in a while’.”

Kriti, who was also seen in the 2017 com­edy Shaadi Mein Za­roor Aana and Kar­waan, is busy shoot­ing for Sa­jid Khan’s House­full 4. “We have com­pleted only one sched­ule in Lon­don and the next one is in Jaisalmer (the one she is shoot­ing for, cur­rently). See­ing Bobby (who is a part of the film, too) there made me com­fort­able, that I at least know some­one. It’s a set full of pranks, be­cause the cast (in­clud­ing Ak­shay Ku­mar and Riteish Desh­mukh) gang up against or with you, and it’s very en­ter­tain­ing. The credit goes to the pro­ducer, who makes sure his ac­tors get along,” she signs off.


Kriti Khar­bandastars in Yamla Pagla Dee­wana Phir Se

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