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Kirti Kulhari talks about her insecurities in Bollywood

Kirti Kulhari recently opened up about the struggles of making it big in Bollywood and constantly adjusting to the new 'norma' within the industry.

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Kirti Kulhari recently opened up about the struggles of making it big in Bollywood and constantly adjusting to the new ‘norma’ within the industry.

During her interview with The Week, the actress was quoted speaking about parenting and child rearing. She claimed, “Parents are so used to seeing their child a certain way. When the child does something out of the box, parents find it difficult to just take it. We all as a society, as humans, are so used to putting everybody in boxes that we tend to see them in a certain way. The moment it changes its course, we just don’t know how to handle it.”

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Before Sushant Singh’s passing Kiriti stated, “As public figures, you start taking the burden of how people see you, how they want to see you and, also, what they are comfortable seeing you as. You start taking that burden unknowingly. And this results in you defining who you should be.”

Throughout the courses of the interview, she also touched upon her childhood and how difficult it had been for her to transfer to new cities for her dad. Among the hardest parts of the constant moves was that she had been forced to constantly prove herself, over and over again.

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Sumati Pavagi

A late bloomer but an early learner, Sumati likes to be honestly biased. Though fascinated by the far-flung corners of the galaxy, She doesn’t fancy the idea of humans moving to Mars. Sumati is a Contributing Author for Buzzfeed. e-mail: sumatipavagi@trendycow.net

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