Shraddha Kapoor shares, `The kind of films that I want to do, and the work I am looking out for has changed completely. I have definitely come a long way from the genre of films I was part of, say, two years ago. I know that I want to work on scripts that’ll help in the evolution of Indian cinema”.
Looking back at last year, after creating an uproar with ‘Stree’ and receiving wide success with the film, her fans hailed the actress as the ‘Stree of Bollywood’.
Recently, Shraddha Kapoor is hailed as ‘Chhichhore - Stree’ of the year is a proof of her back to back success starting with Stree to Chhichhore and also showcases how the actress has spearheaded in her career with her versatile choice of films.
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