Kriti Sanon bats for equitable landscape


Mumbai: In a recent interview with Vogue, Kriti Sanon highlighted the need for a more equitable landscape in the Hindi film industry, especially for talented outsiders seeking opportunities. Having recently received the National Film Award for her role in Mimi, Kriti addressed the ongoing debate on nepotism, emphasizing the importance of consciously creating space for aspiring actors outside the industry.

The actor stressed the significance of providing equal opportunities to both industry insiders and talented individuals from diverse backgrounds. She advocated for a shift towards a system where launches from within the industry are balanced by opportunities for those with exceptional talent, irrespective of their lineage.
Reflecting on her shared National Film Award moment with Alia Bhatt, who also received the prestigious honor for Gangubai Kathiawadi, Kriti expressed admiration for Alia’s performance and acknowledged the significance of both actors playing titular roles in their respective films.

She shared her excitement about the proud moment of sharing the stage and revealed a phone call with Alia, with mutual enthusiasm.

Meanwhile, Kriti’s recent box office appearance in Ganapath alongside Tiger Shroff and Amitabh Bachchan faced commercial setbacks.

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