Entertainment Tollywood 13 Sep 2016 I will not leave my ...

I will not leave my South films, says Kriti Kharbanda

Published Sep 13, 2016, 12:05 am IST
Updated Sep 13, 2016, 12:28 am IST
Model turned actress Kriti Kharbanda is all set to make simultaneous debuts in Hindi and Tamil films.
Kriti Kharbanda
 Kriti Kharbanda

Kriti Kharbanda’s brush with glitz and glamour began early. The actress, who grew up in Bangalore, recalls, “One day, a photographer living in our building came up to my mom and asked her if I would like to model. After a few days, I was offered a Kannada film, Chiru, which was a lot of fun. But I had to complete my studies, so I went back to college.”

She will soon be making her debut in Tamil films with Bruce Lee, directed by GV Prakash. Describing him, Kriti says, “When we first met, he was very quiet. But now that we are great friends, it is a different equation. Working with GV for Bruce Lee was great fun.” Kriti also reveals, “GV Prakash is all set to do a Tamil film with AR Rahman, although I do not know the title yet.  Together, they will set the music on fire.”

Kriti is looking forward to her Bollywood debut, Raaz Reboot, opposite Emraan Hashmi. “My agency had sent my photographs to the Bhatts and I was called for an audition. To my surprise, they offered me the role in Raaz Reboot.”

With so much on her plate, the actress is very sure about her priorities. “I will not leave my South films for a Hindi film. I want to be sincere to my South film makers and commitments. Only if my dates are not clashing with any of my South films, will I do Hindi films,” she concludes.



More From Tollywood