‘Smoking and tattoos don’t make you a characterless girl,’ says Kriti

Kriti Sanon, for the first time, turns a small-town girl in her upcoming release ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’. The trailer of the film was recently released and much to the delight of the makers, it has received a positive response from the audience. Kriti’s character in this film is that of a young, free-spirited girl who knows how to live her life to the fullest. Even in her recent interview, the leggy lass has spoken about the societal norms that revolve around a girl.

“Smoking is not good for health and should be avoided. I am a non-smoker, but the point we want to make is that girls who smoke, who are fond of body art or break into a jig are not characterless. Our society has a very small bracket for ‘good girls’. That bracket needs to broaden up or change. When a guy is moophat or smokes, he is not considered characterless, but you judge girls too fast. This is seen more in smaller towns. In an arranged marriage too, only a girl is asked all kinds of questions. I really want this to change,” Kriti has to say!

We so agree with this! Everyone has the right to live life on their own terms. Judging someone of the bases of clothes, physical appearance etc is simply degrading. (Also Read: Kriti reveals how she transformed into Bitti for ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’)

Talking about ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’, it stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Sanon in the lead roles. It is directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari and written by Nitesh Tiwari and Shreyas Jain. It is slated to release on August 18, 2017.