Kriti Sanon on 2021: People woke up to the actor in me, ended up signing the maximum number of films
Actor Kriti Sanon says she had a professionally fulfilling year, where she signed the most number of films in her career and also saw a turn around in terms of the audience perception towards her.
Sanon had two releases this year, Mimi, which featured her as a young woman, who opts to be a surrogate mother, and the comedy drama Hum Do Hamare Do, co-starring Rajkummar Rao, Paresh Rawal and Ratna Pathak Shah. With Mimi, Kriti Sanon saw her career-best reviews, with many lauding her for shouldering the Laxman Utekar-film with ease.
The actor said her performance in the film, which she described as her “toughest” project till date, showcased her craft to the audience as well as several makers within the industry.
“I felt the audience shift with the response which came my way. A lot of people woke up to the actor side of me, which is something every artiste desires. Not just the audience, even people in the industry, when you talk to someone, or walk into a meeting, you feel that shift in perception… I could sense that,” Sanon said.