She is a business graduate from the Pune University and has done short-term acting courses in various institutes and theatre groups. She was also part of several stage plays in college days. She got into modelling when she was in college and became Miss Pune in 2008. She was also a finalist in Femina Miss India 2011 and featured in the ads of Cadbury Dairy milk and Pakistani cooking oil Sufi. We are talking about a Punjabi girl, who is none other than Kriti Kapoor, who entered filmy world with Anoop Menon's 2012 Malayalam movie Josettante Hero.
Kriti Kapoor is now eagerly waiting to know the response of her second movie Mr Bean, which is slated to release on June 7. The actress has really pinned lots of hopes on this film. She is expecting it to get her much needed break in industry and bring her lot of offers in South Indian film industries. She spoke her heart about acting in Malayalam film and her future plans. Here are the excerpts of Kriti Kapoor's exclusive interview to Oneindia.
How did you get into film industry?
I got into modelling when I was in college and became Miss Pune in 2008. Then onwards, I started modelling for various designers and also featured in couple of ads like Cadbury Dairy milk and Pakistani cooking oil Sufi. I got selected in Femina Miss India 2011. Since my college days, I was very keen in acting. So I began attending various auditions and was able to impress the makers of Malayalam movie Josettante Hero, who gave me an opportunity to enter the filmy world.
Being North Indian girl, what made you choose a Malayalam movie for your debut?
I chose this film because I basically wanted to learn acting, which you can't learn in the classroom. I have an idea that South Indian film industries are technically very sound and people in this part are very professional. Their punctuality and the way they work with people are amazing.
Continue to read Kriti Kapoor's interview to know about what she has to say about Mr Bean.