On what’s next for her, Sanon says, “I’ve seen a lot of videos on vision boards and on manifesting that say that if you believe something can happen, it will…reports Asian Lite News
Kriti Sanon is riding the crest of the wave, thanks to her recent National Award win for best actress. In an introspective mood, she lets fashion glossyVogue India in on how an engineering graduate without industry connections got here, where she hopes to see herself five years from now and why she’s probably going to need another National Award-win to raise her manifestation game.
Sanon on how the Bollywood industry can become more accessible for outsiders, “The industry can become more accessible for outsiders if we start creating equal opportunities—if you’re launching someone from the industry, make sure you’re also giving space to someone who doesn’t belong but is probably more talented. Slowly, very slowly, the world is tilting towards talent and scripts rather than stars and big names.”
On what’s next for her, Sanon says, “I’ve seen a lot of videos on vision boards and on manifesting that say that if you believe something can happen, it will. But with me, I’ve realised that if I desperately chase a particular milestone, it just doesn’t happen. Maybe five years from now I will have bought a house for my parents, as my mother’s deepest desire is to have chai in the garden every day. Hopefully, I will also be waking up to sunlight, cuddles from my puppies…and perhaps even someone special.”
On understanding what she seeks in a partner and finding someone who pays attention to the little things, she says, “I have a real mama bear instinct for looking after the people I love. Something as insignificant as carrying a jacket while going to the movies in case I feel cold or thoughtfully ordering food when I come back home after working late can make a relationship feel so meaningful.”