Ananya Panday: It's not fair to say that I should not have a dream
Bollywood Origin Can Not Prevent You From Having A Dream, Says Actor's Daughter Chunky Pandey Ananya Panday Whose First Movie 'Student Of Year 2' It Is Configured To Hit The Screens.
Ananya Said That It Was Always Her Dream To Prove Good Luck In The Movies And That It Is Unfair For People To Say That They Are Not Allowed To Have A Dream Because It Comes From A Certain Family.
" I Am 20 And This Was My Dream All My Life. So, It's Not Fair For People To Say That I Am Not Allowed To Have A Dream Because I Belong To A Certain Family," She Said When Asked About Being Judged Because Of Her Bollywood Backing Instead Of Talent.
" I Hope People Watch The Film And Then Make Judgment." I Will Be Okay With Whatever Judgment They Would Make After That," She Added.
Right Now, She Is Looking Forward To The Release Of Her Debut Movie On Friday.
She, However, Agrees That Nepotism Exists In Bollywood.
" But It Exists In All Industries, Not Just Our (Bollywood) Industry. I Am Very Lucky That I Got This Chance And Audition ... I Feel Internally, I Will Never Feel Guilty In Anyway Because I Auditioned For The Movie Twice. I Was Work-shopping With Punit (Malhotra) For A Year After That So, From Inside I Worked For This And I Did Not Have That Guilt In Me," The Actress Said.
She Is Also Happy That She Bagged Her Second Film 'Pati, Patni Aur Woh' On The Basis Of Her Talent.
" After 'SOTY 2', They (makers Of 'Pati ...') Saw Me And That's Why They Wanted Me In The Film. So, When I Know That People Are Appreciating My Work And That Is Why They Want To Give Me More Work, That's A Good Feeling For Me To Have In The Inside," She Said.
Talking About Chunky Panday Who Has Acted In A Number Of Films, Mostly In The 90s, Ananya Said," My Dad Has Worked So Hard To Earn A Name In The Industry And To Gain Respect. So, I Do Not Want To Take Anything Away From Him. I Do Not Want To Be Ashamed To Be His Daughter."
Ananya, Who Is Also In News For Dating Actor Kartik Aaryan, Talked About Actors' Private Lives Being Under Constant Watch.
" Tara And I, Our Work Has Not Been Out There For People To Speak About. So, That's Probably Why They're Speaking About Other Things And I Hope After The Films Come Out, They Speak About Work," She Said.
She Said She Was Well-prepared About The Constant Vigil While Growing Up.
" While Growing Up, I Think I Have Always Seen This Happening, It's Like I've Been Prepared For It In A Way, So When These Things Happen, It Does Not Affect Me. It's Part And Parcel Of The Job," She Added.
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