Actress Soha Ali Khan feels facing difficult times gives better understanding of life and makes one treasure happy moments.
"I am one to confront and accept reality how bitter it may be. I feel it is not right to turn your face from something you don't like. Be it success or failure I take it all with equal strength and dignity. Every bitter experience teaches you a lesson," Soha told PTI.
The 38-year-old actress, who has been particular about her choice of roles, says she never wants to be a big star and earn a lot of money.
"I have always wanted to have a healthy work life balance. I don't want to be number one or make lots of money and I don't want to be very famous. I want little bit of all of that. I want a lot of happiness in my life. There are lots of things I like doing and I wanted time for them. Be it spending time with my family, traveling, going to Pataudi, play badminton or yoga, writing and reading. You live one life and it's short and I want to live it to the fullest."
Soha will next be seen in 31st October. The movie, also starring Vir Das, is based on 1984 riots that took place after the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.