2019 has indeed been a great year for actress Kirti Kulhaari with the success of Uri: The Surgical Strike and now Mission Mangal. Kirti also has the second season to her much appreciated web series, Four More Shots Please.
But Kirti does not want to rest and bask in the glory of the success. Though the actress says she is blessed for how the year has turned out for her, her only focus at the moment is what next will be on her plate. Kirti has been quoted saying, “I’m quite grounded and don’t get carried away with success. That comes from the maturity and the way I’ve dealt with life. I feel grateful and elated, but the last few years have taught me to move on, be it from success or failure. While I feel blessed with the way 2019 has turned out, what I’m thinking right now is what’s next.”
The Uri actress further told Hindustan Times, “Now I’m considered one of the better actors in the industry. Nobody can deny that. People don’t offer me random things anymore. They know that if there’s anything less than good, I’ll not do it. My credibility has gone notches up. I’ve consistently proven that I’m capable.”
On the professional front, Kirti will next be seen alongside Parineeti Chopra in the official Hindi remake of The Girl On The Train. Speaking about the same, Kirti said, “ I will don a look in it that people have never seen in Indian cinema. I finished shooting for it. All of it was shot in London. I’m playing a British investigative cop in it.”
Produced by Reliance Entertainment, The Girl on the Train is an official remake of the 2016 thriller of the same name, featuring Emily Blunt. The Bollywood version will see Parineeti Chopra playing the lead role and the film also features Aditi Rao Haidri and Avinash Tiwari in pivotal roles.
The Girl On The Train is slated for a release sometime next year!