Raabta actor Kriti Sanon: Want to keep a part of my life private


The 26-year-old actress, whose latest release is Raabta, says she doesn’t find the “need to share everything” with everyone. Does she regret not having a backer in the industry? “You really don’t need to have a godfather. She herself holds a BTech in electronics and communication engineering. I really like the fact that I am here and reached here by myself and because of the people around me who have believed in me. I am making friends as I am doing movies… That is how you eventually feel comfortable in the industry”, said Kriti, the daughter of a chartered accountant and an associate professor. 2017-06-10T12:58:24+00:00″>
Updated: June 10, 2017 12:58 pm

Raabta actor Kriti Sanon thinks she doesn’t find the “need to share everything” with everyone. “I dont like that the attention goes away from one’s work, but at the same time it (gossip) is a part and parcel of the industry. I’d rather want you to talk about my work than what’s happening in my personal life,” she added. Coming with absolutely no Bollywood backing, does Kriti feel she has now “fit in”? It is completely fine. I am really proud of my journey. Related News
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