Shraddha Kapoor’s latest flims Street Dancer 3D and Baaghi 3 may have not raked in the moolah, but the actress is not worried. Her debut film Teen Patti starring Amitabh Bachchan had not done well at the box office either, and her career graph took off in spite of that hurdle.
“I have learned a lot through the films which may have not done well at the box office,” says Shraddha, who is the daughter of veteran actor Shakti Kapoor. When asked about her father’s career advice for her, the star kid shares, “He has done South films as well, and he encourages me to do films in any language, saying language need not be any barrier. Last year I was afflicted by dengue and at that time, my dad would get worried and say, ‘No way, tabiyat kharab ho toh nahi jaana hai (if you are unwell, you should not go)’. So like any father, he too gets worried about my well being.”
Switching gears to her career, the Saaho actress says she likes to keep trying new things. “I have no conscious strategy for choosing any genre of films and I am open to doing films in any genre, even if I may not have done it before. I just try to make sure that I am playing varied characters. I love to be a part of good films, so I allow myself to go with the flow,” she explains before signing off.