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Faced prejudice, says Tandav actor Kritika Kamra on her journey from TV serials to B-town
Kritika Kamra
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Faced prejudice, says Tandav actor Kritika Kamra on her journey from TV serials to B-town

| @indiablooms | 15 Jan 2021, 05:47 pm

Mumbai: Actress Kritika Kamra has claimed that she is facing 'prejudice' since she entered Bollywood due to her television career.

Speaking to India Today, she said: "It's hard to make generalisations. I think everyone's journey is different and very personal. I won't deny it. I faced this prejudice and I still do. I have also been told that TV actors come with certain baggage."

"But I'm alright. I'm okay to go out there and prove myself as many times as I need to. And maybe people can re-imagine or imagine me doing things differently," she said.

"It was not so bad for me. I will still say that I have been fortunate. I got good work," she said.

The actress is known for her perofrmance in TV serials like Kitani Mohabbat Hai, Kuch Toh Log Kahenge, Reporters and Prem Ya Paheli - Chandrakanta.

In 2014 she participated in the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.
 
Kamra made her Bollywood debut in 2018 with Mitron.

She is also featuring in web series Tandav.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Kritika Kamra (@kkamra)

The web series also features actor Saif Ali Khan.

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