In an interview with IANS, actress Rhea Chakraborty talked about her work graph and how she is focusing on future.
Rhea told IANS, "I don’t look back at it. I just look forward." She had been successful with the film ’Mere Dad Ki Maruti’ but saw failure with films like ’Sonali Cable’, ’Bank Chor’ and ’Dobaraa: See Your Evil’. However, the 26-year-old has learned to be okay with failures.
She added, "There are those times in everyone’s life. But in terms of Bollywood, everyone knows when a film is a hit or a flop. So, everyone feels that low with you... The more and more I have been here I have started realizing the fact that ’It’s okay! it is just a film. I gave it my all and I will do it again.”
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Rhea started her career in this industry with the TV reality show ’Teen Diva’ in 2008. She was the first runner-up in the show. Later, she auditioned to be a VJ and was successful at getting the job. She has hosted several shows including ’Wassup’, ’TicTac College Beat’ and ’Gone in 60 Seconds’.
When asked about her journey from television to movies, Rhea said, “When I look back at it, it feels like yesterday. Secondly, the fun part is that I got to do VJ-ing which was fun and came naturally to me. I felt acting is more challenging for me. You had to get into the skin of the character and be the character. There is a critic and then there is Friday. I enjoy the challenge and the process."
On the work front, she will soon be sharing the screen with actor Sooraj Pancholi.