Actor Avika Gor has had a clean transition from tv to movies and he or she has been part of a number of Telugu tasks. The actor was speculated to make her Hindi movie debut with Vikram Bhatt’s movie, 1920 – Horrors Of The Heart, however her one other venture , a social satire titled Kahani Rubberband Ki that launched final month finally marked her entry in Bollywood. And she has no qualms about it.
That being mentioned, Gor recollects that issues haven’t all the time been hunky dory and there have been a number of ups and downs not simply professionally but in addition on the non-public entrance.
She admits there was a time when she felt upset in herself not as a result of she wasn’t getting the proper of labor “but because the hard work and effort I was putting in, was not showing”.
Gor, who starter her performing profession as a toddler artist, additional shares, “Mostly, it [feeling low] was about the way I looked… basically, the way I looked at myself. I used to get thoughts like, ‘I am not worthy of what I am getting’. Any which way, I was doing good work. But I felt that this is not it. I wanted to do more for myself.”
The actor says that as a substitute of getting carried away, she selected to do one thing about the issue that bothered her. “I worked on it and now when I look back, I feel that if I can overcome that, I can do anything in life,” she tells us, including, “When I was at my lowest, I gave myself a fixed amount of time to cry or sulk over a problem, and when that time was over, I used to convince myself not to think about it. And gradually, I stopped thinking about the problems altogether.”
Glad that she got here out as a stronger individual after that low part, the actor says at the moment she doesn’t even have te time to ponder over unfavorable ideas. “I believe the more you think about it, the more you feel the negativity within you about a certain thing. So it’s better to focus on the positives,” she wraps ups.