- I think people put you in a bracket very fast: Kriti Sanon
- Kriti says it's okay to fail if you're trying something new
- Kriti Sanon stars in Bareilly Ki Barfi, releasing tomorrow
"Putting people in a bracket, where you feel they can only do what they've done till now is not right. You consciously need to follow your heart and do what you feel like to not fall in any bracket. It's important to find someone who sees the actor inside you," Kriti added.
Kriti Sanon was last seen opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in Raabta, which was partly a period piece. Of the film's failure, Kriti told PTI: "As long as you're trying something new and not being safe, it's okay to fail. It's disheartening when a film fails but you can't just stop there. I've taken so much from Raabta. I've improved so much as a person, as an actor, post the film."
Talking about Bareilly Ki Barfi, Kriti said she was dressed quite casually - in an oversized t-shirt with her hair tied in a loose bun - when director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari came for a narration. "I've never played a small town girl before. Picking up the dialect was refreshing. I didn't have to wear much make up, was wearing clothes I could sleep in. I used to sleep more because I used to take lesser time than the guys to get ready," said Kriti.
(With PTI inputs)