“Honestly, I don’t want to sound like I’m victimising myself, saying Oh it’s so tough for me,” said Ananya Panday
New Delhi: Ananya Panday, who was ruthlessly savaged for her “struggle” remark during an entertainers’ roundtable meeting a couple of years prior, during a new episode of Koffee With Karan 8, opened up on how she managed savages and the sky is the limit from there. Glancing back at the occurrence, the entertainer said, “Honestly, I don’t want to sound like I’m victimising myself, saying oh it’s so tough for me. It’s tough for everyone. It’s not easy for anyone in this business no matter at what stage they’re in their careers. All I have ever worked for is validation. I’m the daughter of a man who is a huge people pleaser. In every aspect of my life, I just wanted love from people.”
Ananya added, “I do want people to think that I’m worthy of the opportunities I have got so far. I’m waiting for good work to come to me and I’m quite excited for the kind of work I’m doing.” She added, “I felt that love, but sometimes I feel like I haven’t yet gotten the respect from people, and that’s something I am working towards and hoping for eventually because I do want to feel validated as a good actor, and I want people to think that I am worthy of the opportunities I have received.”
“But I do feel that just because we have grown up in the industry, it’s weird because there are moments of our lives that are just permanently present for people to watch and judge, even though we have changed so much from them. I have changed, and I’m hoping people see that and grow with me and see that change,” Ananya said during the episode.
Here is a little foundation for the people who require one. During an entertainers’ roundtable meeting a couple of years prior Ananya, little girl of entertainer Stout Panday, who was sent off by Karan Johar’s Dharma Creations, let Rajeev Masand know that her father Thick Panday had nor been essential for Karan Johar’s show nor a Dharma film. She said, “I’ve for practically forever needed to be an entertainer. This has been my fantasy too and I feel like on the grounds that my father is an entertainer, I won’t express no to an amazing chance to act, you know. My father has never been in a Dharma film, he never went on Koffee With Karan. Along these lines, you realize it isn’t quite as simple as everybody says it is. Everybody has their own excursion.”
Siddhant Chaturvedi answered to Ananya’s remark. He said, “I think everybody has their own struggle. Sabka struggle alag hota hai. Difference yahi hai ki jahaan humare sapne poore hote hain, wahan inka struggle shuru hota hai (Everybody has their own struggle. The difference is where our dreams come true, their struggle begins).” The entertainers later co-featured in Gehraiyaan.