Ileana D’Cruz has had an important run down South and has additionally been doing her share of Bollywood movies. Ileana says every little thing comes down to people and, as an artist, one just needs the viewers to like watching you.
Popularity, Ileana explains, is the one factor that balances the truth that the movie trade can really be a really merciless place to survive.
“It (the film industry) is brutal, of course, but it comes down to people. If they (people) like you that is all you need. You just want people to like watching you,” Ileana D’Cruz informed IANS.
Ileana D’Cruz feels the second an actor just isn’t appreciated they lose the mark.
“It basically goes the same for me. I wouldn’t want to watch a film with an actor I don’t like watching. The minute you are not liked anymore you sort of lose the mark. The industry is brutal in a sense, but it has got so many perks as well,” Ileana says.
Acting is an occupation that comes with its execs and cons, the actress notes, in this context.
“You cannot have all the good things only, there is always a little bit of con. I think that makes it interesting. It makes you work harder. It makes you strive to keep doing better,” she sums up.
Ileana D’Cruz will subsequently be seen in “Unfair N Lovely”, a comic book that tackles India’s obsession with truthful pores and skin. The movie is ready towards the backdrop of Haryana and casts her reverse Randeep Hooda