Baaghi 2 starring Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff released on Friday and has the biggest opening day collections. In fact, they have broken Padmaavat‘s record by ₹6 crores on its opening day and became the highest opening of a film in 2018.
It might just be her third film but Disha doesn’t forget her trying times. It is her struggling days that have taught her to be “super careful” with her career choices.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, she says, “I’m not from a filmi background, so I don’t know if my films will always work and if people will give me another chance. So, I’ve to be super careful. I love acting and I want to keep getting the chance to perform.”
She said, ”A film was supposed to start and they replaced me with someone else. That was my launch film. But everything happens for a reason. I learned early that rejections make you stronger. Each time you feel there’s something missing in you, you get that motivation to work harder.”
I came to Mumbai with Rs. 500 and after a point, I didn’t have any money. I used to go for a lot of auditions, mostly for TV commercials, as there was this constant pressure on me that if I don’t get a job this month, how I will pay my rent. Everything I did was a job until I started to enjoy acting.”