It can get tricky: Kriti Sanon on switching from real-life to reel-life

Directed by Rohit Jugraj and co-produced by Bhushan Kumar and Dinesh Vijan under T-Series and Maddock Films, the film releases on July 26. It will be a surprise,” Kriti said. He is great at comedy. It is tricky to be in this profession because we have to put Kriti, the person aside and focus on Kriti, the actor. “I like this space. “Comedy is much needed in today’s time as there is a lot of stress in everybody’s life. 0
Comment(s) It is a fun genre to be a part of.”

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Kriti will also be seen in Housefull 4 and the actor said working on the movie with stars like Akshay Kumar and comedy-regular Riteish Deshmukh helped her improve her comic timing. “When you observe experienced actors you unknowingly pick up things. Riteish told me that comedy has a rhythm and beat to it. In Arjun Patiala she is paired opposite Diljit Dosanjh, who she says is a great actor. I want to entertain people, make them laugh. Like when I see Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, who are brilliant at comedy, you learn by seeing them. More Explained

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“Here in Bollywood one has only seen an intense side of Diljit with this film people will get to see his impeccable comic timing. While filming for Luka Chuppi I was a little messed up in my personal life but I had to get my comic timing right. “You can’t translate your real emotions on screen as that will stay forever and you can let any part of your personal life mess that up. It is important to switch on and off as an actor,” Kriti told PTI. Advertising

The actor, who is looking forward to Arjun Patiala, says a performer maybe going through tough times in their life, but when in front of the camera their real emotions should not reflect on-screen. I also like watching such films. And those who are good at dancing tend to understand comedy because they understand rhythm,” she said. “Comedy is all about reacting but at the right time. That is one of the reasons I am getting attracted to these kind of scripts. Kriti plays a crime journalist while Diljit essays the role of a quirky, small-town cop. I am unknowingly learning a lot. It can get tricky. “As actors, we can have tension and stress in our life too and when you work on a film like this (Arjun Patiala) you have to switch off from it completely and turn into a person who is having fun and is cracking jokes. He has done these kind of films in Punjab but not here. And as an actor I tend to do films that I like to watch.”
The 28-year-old actor, who was appreciated for her comic timing in Bareilly in Barfi and Luka Chuppi, said her aim is to make people laugh. It is tougher,” she added. The film also stars Varun Sharma. Advertising

Not just as an actor but as a cinephile, Kriti said she enjoys quirky films. I am surrounded by people who have great comic timing.