Shraddha Kapoor is one talented actress and there is no doubt about the same. She might have given some flops in her career span by performing in movies like Rock On 2 and Haseena, but that was not all. Shraddha did not lose hope and continued working. Her latest movie was a blockbuster hit which was starring Rajkummar Rao in the movie Stree.
The makers of the horror comedy Stree held a success party in Bandra, Mumbai. The movie was directed by Amar Kaushik and it became a huge hit with audiences and critics. The team of the film including stars Shraddha Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao were present along with celebrities like Taapsee Pannu, Fatima Shaikh, Nushrat Bharucha and Amyra Dastur.
The actress, when asked if it bothers her when her contemporaries enter the Rs 100 crore or 200 crore club, Shraddha said in an interview, “No, not really. Rather what I think is how can I be a part of films that will be good for me as an actor.”
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“When Stree happened, I reacted to the narration as an audience. I was laughing, enjoying and I knew I had to be a part of this film. It was as simple as that. Rest nothing is in my hand. I don’t know which film of mine will do how much business,” she said.
“It (getting a hit) is a really nice feeling but I don’t think it’ll affect the kind of films I would decide to be a part of. I am proud of every film I’ve done whether it’s Rock On 2 or Haseena. Success and failure is a part of the industry. I’ve really tried from the beginning not be attached to either. I have to just do the best I can and that’s what I chose to focus on,” she added.
“It’s cool to see a content-driven film like Stree do these numbers. I hope I get to be a part of such films. I just hope this means that I’m offered good content films, that will be nice.”
Shraddha will be next seen in a Vipul Rawal movie namely Batti Gul Meter Chalu. It is being directed by Shree Narayan Singh and produced by Bhushan Kumar. The film tells the story of electricity theft in rural India and is scheduled to release on September 21.