The godfather gives you films, you want to get what you don’t get – Kiara Advani


  • The Dhoni movie changed Kiara’s life
  • Kiara’s first film was a flop
  • I had to find a job in Bollywood

Mumbai– Actress Kiara Advani, who has played various roles in ‘Kabir Singh’, ‘Guilty’, ‘Good News’, ‘Indu Ki Jawani’ and ‘Sher Shah’ is currently one of the hit actresses in Bollywood. Kiara will soon appear in ‘Bhool Bhulaiya 2’ with Karthik Aryan. Kiara still has a few more films. But when there is no godfather in Bollywood, Kiara won the hearts of the audience with her acting. Kiara has made a name for herself in Bollywood through various roles. But after the ‘Fagli’ flop, Kiara had to work hard to stay afloat in Bollywood.

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In an interview with the Navbharat Times, Kiara spoke about her trip. Kiara said, ‘Most of my Diwali will be on the set of’ Krug Jug Jio ‘this year. I will definitely try to get home for a few days, but even on the set the atmosphere is like home. Diwali is also celebrated there. Now I thank God for what I get. He is my godfather. If there is no sponsor in Bollywood, I have the opportunity to work in many films. I worked very hard for that. When my first film ‘Fagli’ was shown, I couldn’t get any more work. I went to the producers every day. Listen and come back. Instead of looking at your acting from the front, we often see if the movie you made is working.

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Kiara continued, “It’s difficult to survive in Bollywood. I learn something new every day. Feeling that if you get to Bollywood you will succeed immediately is wrong. If you have a sponsor, he will give you films. But there can be no success. You have to work hard to be successful. Good days are coming and bad days are coming. I stopped getting work after the flop movie. But one day I got the movie ‘Dhoni’ and my life changed. Things have changed a lot and that’s why I’m here today.

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