DNA Sunday (Mumbai) - - SCREEN -

Kriti Sanon is ex­cited about the op­por­tu­ni­ties she’s get­ting to play strong roles and bold in her movies.

The ac­tress feels that es­say­ing in­di­vid­u­al­is­tic, in­de­pen­dent women who make their own de­ci­sions in films help break the stereo­type of fe­male parts in the movies.

“In Luka Chuppi, Kriti plays a girl who sug­gests a live-in re­la­tion­ship to her guy es­sayed by Kar­tik Aaryan. Pre­vi­ously, in Bareilly Ki Barfi, her char­ac­ter shares such a friendly equa­tion with her fa­ther that they smoke and drink to­gether,” points a source close to the ac­tress, adding, “She’s mak­ing a con­scious ef­fort to pick char­ac­ters that break stereo­types as­so­ci­ated with lead fe­male parts in films.”

Kriti Sanon

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