Bollywood actress Kirti Kulhari has managed to carve her own niche with her impeccable performances in films like Uri: The Surgical Strike, Mission Mangal, Indu Sarkar, Pink and many others. The actress recently said that social responsibility is a burden for the actors and their only responsibility is their work. Speaking it in detail, Kirti told NBT.com, "See, according to me, I consider it a burden when media personnel ask about opinions from actors on any issue of the country or society. I consider this social responsibility a burden. You and we are both humans, but to have an opinion on everything is not necessary. People are not able to separate us from our public lives and forget that a human being is standing in front of them. I don't know about everything. I do not have an interest in everything. I do not have an opinion on everything, so why is it expected that we actors or public figures do and say everything right. Why have we been given this responsibility to answers all questions relating to the country and society? It is not at all necessary that I have a view about everything."
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She added, "I think my biggest responsibility is my acting because I call myself an actor. You can ask me how I am doing the work that I am doing. The answers to the questions related to my work ie acting are justified, I am responsible for the questions related to my work. I feel that the biggest social work I am doing is through my acting, the kind of characters I play, the kind of films I become a part of, so much is said in those films, so much is done in that it is not my responsibility to go ahead and answer anyone, and I should not have that responsibility either."
The actress stated that she has her own personal life and asserted, "What do I do in personal life, what do I not do, for whom do I take a stand, I do not take this pressure. Whatever I do, I should do it according to myself because I have my own personal life. The media should also give us this space. On the other hand, I also understand and know very well what it means to be a public figure. Being a public figure does not mean public property. We should not be forced to answer political and personal questions."
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