Still in the initial days of her career in the glamorous world of Bollywood, Disha Patani managed to bag all this without anyone standing behind her. No star dad, nor any god father, how has the first inning of her career been? “No, it wasn’t easy. I don’t miss having a god father. Whatever I have done is on my own and I am very proud of it. I am a very independent girl.
My parents have always taught me to be inde pendent at any point of life. And of course I have my team who helps me out. I don’t think you need to have a godfather. You need to be hard-working and focused to achieve what you want to.
I think it isn’t easy even for the star kids. They may get the first opportunity quite easily but then it isn’t about the first film…it’s about your career.” With a pool of talent pouring into the industry every day, even the star kids don’t have a cake walk to fame. Its sheer talent that the audience today demands. How has the struggle been to bag her first film? Disha shares, “It’s a journey. I think everybody has to go or have to face a certain kind of struggle.
Not just in film industry, every profession that you choose in the future or you are in, is a struggle. It’s an everyday struggle to wake up and go to work, to give your cent percent, to prove you are the best or to prove that you deserve it. So I think it’s fine. You have to go through your journey. As long as you like your job, it’s fun.”