After getting four flops (RockOn2, OK Jaanu, Half Girlfriend and Haseena Parkar) in a row, Shraddha Kapoor does not seem to be dejected about her film’s success rate. She tried to brush off her failures by saying that all those are part and parcel of actor’s career after she was felicitated with Youth Icon of NextGen of Indian Cinema accolade at the 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI).
“I think that my initial films did very well, so anything that didn't match up to that will be viewed as falling short. I would love to say that the kind of love I still have received despite my movies doing well or not well is priceless. I think ups and downs are part of life, and I just hope that I keep on making people proud. I think you just want to try doing something different. Whether it does well or doesn't do well, it is not in your hands but I wanted to try something else"
“Even in my upcoming film Saaho, I am trying something different. I will be talking in Hindi and Telugu. I am very excited. It is challenging, I am having so much fun. I have fond memories with Goa. I have shot two films here (Aashiqui 2 and Ek Villain). Goa has been very warm and friendly to our film industry. I would like to thank each and every one of you. I would also like to thank IFFI for inviting me here,” Shraddha said