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Kriti Sanon broke her silence on the question of politics: She said- If it comes in my heart, I will come; For now I will focus only on films

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Recently Kangana Ranaut has got BJP ticket from Mandi seat. Govinda has also joined Shiv Sena Shinde faction. In such a situation, Kriti also shared her thoughts about entering politics during an interview.

Kriti Sanon broke her silence on the question of politics
When Kriti was asked whether she would ever want to enter politics? On this Kriti said- I have never thought about it. To be honest, I don't think in this way that I have to do this or that. I do any work only when the voice for it comes from within me. Or if I am very passionate about something. If ever it comes to my mind that I want to enter politics, then I can probably do so. Obviously, Kriti has made it clear that at present she has no plans to enter politics, but if she feels like it, she will definitely do so in the future.

Kriti Sanon's upcoming projects
Kriti was recently seen in 'Teri Baton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya'. Shahid Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia and Dharmendra were also with her in this film. Kriti's 2-3 films will be released this year. One of them is 'Do Patti'. Along with him, Kajol will also be seen in an important role in the film. The director of this mystery-thriller film is Shashank Chaturvedi.

Kriti was very nervous during her first photoshoot
Kriti had remembered her early days during an interview. She said- I was very nervous during my first photoshoot. Later the shoot went a bit sour. I came home crying because it upset me so much that I couldn't do well. However, with time people gain confidence. I believe you learn more from your failures than your successes. My mantra is to learn from my mistakes and move forward.

Kriti also mentioned about her mother
Kriti had said in an interview to Harper's Bazaar – My mother is a professor and she was the first woman in her family to work. She completed her PHD when she was about to give birth to me. Growing up in a home, sometimes you have to take responsibilities to be an example. So I have always felt that whatever I do, I try to do better. I think this nature is within me since birth. Whenever something doesn't go well, I feel irritable.

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