In an interview with Hindustan Times, Kirti said that although she is an actor, it was strange for her to create that chemistry for a woman, and give the expressions she would, falling for a guy. She said she was only thinking what if she got turned on while kissing Shefali. Director Mozez Singh made them do more than 8-10 takes for getting different angles of the kiss and after a couple of takes, they went at it like robots. There are 100 people around on the set and there is no privacy, and actors are at the mercy of the director saying ‘action-cut, action-cut’, Kirti said to the portal.
Talking about her choice of projects and inclination towards drama, Kirti had earlier said, “There is so much more drama in drama as a genre, the characters are more complex and layered. I personally feel I like playing with complexity as a person hence portraying them on screen as well. It is a very challenging process as an actor and I truly enjoy that challenge.”
“Also, I am an actor who likes to talk about different subjects when I touch a script. There is so much to talk about. It involves people, the drama has to be there. It’s just something I love to do. It’s far tougher to get a good script in terms of comedy and others as compared to drama. I happen to be doing well with drama, and if it’s categorised as serious stuff, sure, I would like to take every opportunity as an actor to take things that matter to me” she added.
Meanwhile, Kirti is also keeping herself busy as she took over a new feature film ‘Nayeka’. Recently, she posted a picture of the script, written by Ajaykiran Nair and shared images of herself in a police uniform as she announced the film. She has now begun shooting for the film.