Kirti Kulhari believes that if an actor doesn’t want to be stereotyped in similar roles, then he or she should be willing to turn down projects.
“You’re just as responsible for character conversion as the person shaping you. You have to make different choices and learn to say no. It’s not easy to say no, but if you don’t, you can’t complain. If you stand up for the roles you want to play, you will eventually break out of that mold, ”she told IANS.
Kirti has made her mark with various roles in series such as “Four More Shots Please!” And “Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors” as well as films such as “The Girl On The Train” and “Uri: The Surgical Strike”. She says no matter what platform typing happens everywhere, but she has a strict policy of never picking up similar characters.
“It’s the same, what happens on all platforms because it doesn’t happen because of a certain platform. Typing or stereotypes happen because of people. You will have the same problem everywhere. Honestly, this has stopped happening to me for the past few years with my repeated presentation of different characters each time. People know she won’t do what’s already done. I get something new every time. I broke the mold of the whole typography thing, ”she says.
The actress says it all started with her abandoned projects with similar roles.
“I won’t even touch a script that’s similar in character to what I’ve done before. That’s what turns me on and that’s what motivates me as an actor. If I need to do the same thing over and over again, what’s the point. There are people who do. But for me variety in my roles is very important. I look for her all the time, ”she says.
The industry is known to be unpredictable and sometimes being selective can increase the gaps between projects. Kirti says that makes things even more difficult.
“I won’t say I don’t mind, it’s the nature of our work, the uncertainty and unpredictability. It stays in your mind. There are times when you tend to give in to the fear of not having a job in the future. But it is not the right thing to do. We’ve all done it. You make decisions on a certain project based on different things. But we all have to be careful not to choose something out of desperation or fear. It’s not the easiest choice, but you have to learn to stay true to yourself. For two or three years, I say yes to what I want. It’s very stimulating to be in this phase, ”she says.
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