Kajal Aggarwal reflects on finishing a successful decade in the film industry.
After a decade, she had begun her journey in the film industry; Kajal Aggarwal appears to have outrun the rules of time. At the age of 31, she is at the prime of her profession and in an industry with cut-throat rivalry; she has endured an A-list celebrity.
This February makes a decade as the actress’ Telugu debut Lakshmi Kalyanam. Kajal confesses that she never truly thought of making it this far. “I thought I would do just that one picture as it would look good on my CV and make me appear nifty! I had a totally diverse career plan back then. But seriously thank God I am here!” she speaks with a smile.
Evoking her trip, the heroine says, “I have grown-up much over the past ten years. I was fairly a brat when I started off and wasn’t as focused as I am now. I didn’t comprehend the commercial either. But the whole thing has changed and currently, I love my profession and am tremendously fervent about it.”
“Regardless of how they managed, I am much honored of my recent movies since I always try something new. It’s essential for me to explore my perspective, break my limits and move away from my coziness zone,” she says, saying, “I like stimulating myself because that makes me feel like a go-getter.”
On the characters impending her way, Kajal speaks, “Times are moving and women are being expected in a superior manner. It’s good to play considerable roles.” The actress clarifies why she is doing very few movies in a year. “I work for 12-15 hours a day and that in itself is actually vigorous. I am also trying to balance among Tamil, Telugu and Hindi movies, so I can’t probably take on more work than that,” she speaks with a giggle.
The artist has learnt to take botch in her stride. “We feel depraved when a film doesn’t work since we are all human but I am very separate as a person. I know that I have placed in my best and there is only so much I can do. I leave certain things to destiny,” she concludes.