"I want to be sincere to my South filmmakers and commitments", said Kriti.

Wont bid adieu to southern industry Kriti KharbandaDigital Native
Flix Entertainment Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 14:16

Actress Kriti Kharbanda, who is making her Bollywood debut with Emraan Hashmi-starrer Raaz reboot, says she has no plans of quitting the southern film industry. Having worked in different southern language films, she says she'll learn to juggle her work. 

“I will not leave my South films for a Hindi film. I want to be sincere to my South filmmakers and commitments. Only if my dates are not clashing with any of my South films, will I do Hindi films,” Kriti told Deccan Chronicle, and said she’s looking forward to the release of Raaz reboot. “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 Tamil, she’s making her debut with G V Prakash starrer Bruce Lee. When asked about sharing screen space with the composer-turned-actor, she said, “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.”


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