Actor Shraddha Kapoor says success and failure are transitory in nature and one should not dwell on them too much.
The actor, whose last release “Stree” has turned out to be a major hit, says she feels relieved with the success of the horror-comedy. The film broke the streak of four box office failures for her.
“I feel relieved. I do. But at the same time it is a bit of a paradox because I don’t feel very attached to box office numbers. I am very well aware that it is such an unpredictable industry. I want my films to do well and I want people to genuinely love them. I want them to form a deep connection with my movies,” Shraddha said in an interview.
The actor says whenever a film does not work, the major takeaway for her is the constructive criticism.
“In ‘Stree’, critics have lauded my performance while in the previous ones they didn’t. So I feel that constructive criticism is something that I really would like to take away and learn from. I want to keep getting better as an actor so as to be the best I can be.”
Post “Stree”, Shraddha is waiting for the release of “Batti Gul Meter Chalu” and she says the makers have tried to highlight the issue of incorrect “Bijli ke bill” in an entertaining way.
“We are giving a message in a very entertaining way. People don’t like to be preached. We are highlighting a relevant issue that people in our country face. So I am very proud to be part of such films.”
“Stree” has crossed Rs 100 crore mark at the box office and there are already plans to come up with a sequel, which she hopes to be a part of.
Also starring Shahid Kapoor, “Batti Gul Meter Chalu” releases on September 21.