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The reason what makes Kiara Advani sad!

The last few years has given the Bollywood industry many young talent. While some came forward from a film background, some have made it on their own after an immense amount of struggle and perseverance. One such name is Kiara Advani.

Although Kiara made her debut in 2014, she gained recognition from the audience only after her act as Sakshi Singh Dhoni (wife of M.S Dhoni) in the film, ‘M.S Dhoni: The Untold Story’ (2016). Karan Johar also noticed her and then ‘Lust Stories’ (2018) happened.

Since then, there’s been no looking back for the actress. What followed was a special song in ‘Kalank’ (2019) which is again under the banner of Dharma Productions. But the biggest film of her life has come only now opposite Shahid Kapoor in the form of ‘Kabir Singh’, which is an official remake of the telegu cult movie, ‘Arjun Reddy’. Kiara has been appreciated widely by the audience and it all seems to be hunky dory for the actress. But there’s something that makes her sad.

‘Kabir Singh’ is a movie where the guy, Kabir is immensely in love with the girl, Preeti, in the movie and how he gets into abuse and a self destructive mode to live up to his love. During the promotions of the movie, Kiara said what makes her sad is the fact that she has in reality never been loved by the same intensity as how Kabir Singh loves Preeti. Although she does clarify that she isn’t supportive of the abusive nature of Kabir, she feels bad that nobody has loved her with the intensity as Kabir has. Now that’s really something to introspect and a genuine reason to be upset despite all the box office success that is coming her way at the moment. Afterall, there’s something called a personal life for everyone and life is beyond just films and box office numbers and success.

Well, it is finally all positive and happy going for Kiara at the cinemas and the box office.

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