Shraddha Kapoor says "all worth it" on seeing her childhood dreams coming trueMumbai: She's doing multiple films and even getting a chance to sing -- Shraddha Kapoor, who believes in the "laws of the universe", says her life gets "exhausting" sometimes, but then it's all worth it as
Mumbai: She's doing multiple films and even getting a chance to sing -- Shraddha Kapoor, who believes in the "laws of the universe", says her life gets "exhausting" sometimes, but then it's all worth it as her dreams are coming true via Bollywood.
"I really belive in the law of universe. Have you heard about a book called 'Secrets'? It's all about laws of the universe," Shraddha told IANS when asked about her love towards music-related films, as after "ABCD 2", she will be seen in the sequel to "Rock On!!".
"Ever since I started loving to sing, I got opportunities and now 'Rock On 2' has happened. It's not like I am sitting and planning, but I truly feel blessed that I'm doing this film.
"You know you have a certain wish and that happens... it's like that. I wanted to do film where I play a singer who sings her songs and I am blessed to be doing 'Rock On 2' now. I just wish that more dreams keep coming true," she added.
At first, Bollywood was a not a smooth ride for her, courtesy roles in films like "Teen Patti" and "Luv Ka The End", but success and fame came her way with "Aashiqui 2", "Ek Villain" and "Haider".
Now, apart from the "Rock On!!" sequel, the actress is also doing "Baaghi" with Tiger Shroff, and she has recently shot a dance song with Tiger for the film.
Asked how she manages so much, Shraddha said: "It's a lot of fun working on so many films. It gets exhausting sometimes, but yes, when you are living your childhood dream, it's all worth it.
"I feel like I'm so blessed to get these opportunities. To be able to sing for my own films, to do films which are so special, to stay connected with audience more than anything."
Shraddha looked gorgeous at designer Namrata Joshipura's Lakme Fashion Week winter-festive 2015 show. The show's theme was LakmeInsta Light, inspired by the latest launch from Lakme.
What brings light to her life?
"When my mother tells me that I'm a very good daughter, I feel very nice. Although I feel like she's much more a phenomenal mother than I am as a daughter. I feel I can be a better daughter," the actress, who is the daughter of Bollywood veteran Shakti Kapoor and Shivangi Kolhapure, told IANS.