Why Kriti Sanon is ‘very, very restless'


Why Kriti Sanon is ‘very, very restless'
The lockdown has been getting to Kriti Sanon, and the actress admits it’s making her “restless”.

“I realised I was getting a little cranky 10 days back and snapping at people around me,”

How are you coping with the lockdown?

When the lockdown started, I was calm initially.

I was at peace being at home because firstly, I was with my family after a very long time and I had finished a long schedule of my film, Mimi.

I had been away from home in Mandwa, and it was good to have that break and be home for a change.

I spent the time relaxing, resting and having some good family time.

When did the lockdown start getting to you?

I think in the last 10 days or so.

I realised I was getting very restless.

We have all been home, haven’t stepped out at all, so not working for so long is something I have not done in a while.

So I was very, very restless.

There were some Zoom meetings happening, but I think it’s the uncertainty of this situation that makes us very restless.

I realised I was getting a little cranky 10 days back and snapping at people around me.

I didn’t want to take calls and I was sort of missing work, missing people...

I think the fact that there’s nothing to look forward to, there’s no future you can see...

Usually, we wake up knowing what we’re going to do for the next four-five days at least.

If there’s some film coming up, you’re prepping for it, doing workshops, you have a schedule.

But because we don’t have a schedule anymore, I think it’s normal for us to get a little restless because there’s so much uncertainty.

What is your antidote to the restlessness?

I’m trying to channelise my energy and get into a routine.


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July 2020