Yes, Shraddha Kapoor is a star kid but she has had her own share of struggles. The daughter of veteran actor Shakti Kapoor is a successful actress today. As the Shraddha completes a decade in the industry, she looks back at her journey and reveals why she never felt like a star kid.
Shraddha revealed that she never felt like a star kid in the industry. She has given countless auditions and has been rejected after being confirmed for films. She also revealed how there was one film where the makers had cut a cake saying, ‘Welcome on board’ and two days later the makers went with a more established face.
The actress who made her debut with ‘Teen Patti’ struggled her way out to bag commercial projects. Post ‘Teen Patti’ her next film ‘Luv Ka The End’ also bombed. Finally, it was ‘Aashiqui 2’ that changed Shraddha’s life and she went on to be the leading contenders since then. She will now be seen in ‘Street Dancer 3D‘ alongside Varun Dhawan.
Shraddha, who has an alley of films in her filmography also experimented with a gangster saga with ‘Haseena Parkar’ which was considered a huge risk. Though the film tanked, she was appreciated for touching upon an unsafe territory.