Top Quotes by Hansika Motwani

By | January 4, 2016

I hate interference, and I don’t interfere in others’ lives.

Hansika Motwani

There is no point in pointing fingers because there are three fingers pointing back at you.

Hansika Motwani

People don’t know that when there is something running in my mind, I start smiling. If I’m angry, I smile and blush.

Hansika Motwani

Brad Pitt is amazingly talented and equally good-looking, too.

Hansika Motwani

Building a home for neglected senior citizens is my long time dream.

Hansika Motwani

I have painted gods, and goddesses too, and my favourite is Ganesha and Radha Krishna.

Hansika Motwani

Everyone has a breakup in their lives, and I think everyone should experience love.

Hansika Motwani

Every good movie I watch, the hero becomes my favourite. I start blushing every time a hero romances a heroine.

Hansika Motwani

I love the ubiquitous idly-dosa combination. In fact, that was my pet name as a kid! In school, I would bug the canteen boys to get me my daily quota of idly!

Hansika Motwani

I’m worth every penny because I’m a complete professional who does her work well.

Hansika Motwani

My mom has helped me nurture my interest and hone my talent.

Hansika Motwani

I am only a dog lover, and I have a nice fawn-colored one at home.

Hansika Motwani

My character in ‘OK OK’ has a lot of attitude, and it is an interesting one.

Hansika Motwani

As an actor, it is okay to fall and get up. Then you can give your best. Sometimes audiences don’t receive it well, but you have to take it in the right sense. It is part and parcel of being in the industry.

Hansika Motwani

Silence is my dignity.

Hansika Motwani

Fame gives you a high.

Hansika Motwani

Asked to choose between money and fame, I’d choose the latter every time.

Hansika Motwani

I watch my films with my mum and other family members, you know. I also know there are thousands of women who watch my films. I don’t want to set wrong examples.

Hansika Motwani

As a 17-year-old, I remember positively dreading dance sequences. I would come to shoots, quaking with nervousness at the idea of making other artistes do retakes due to my mistakes.

Hansika Motwani

Whenever I am asked about my personal relationships, I politely reply, ‘No comments.’

Hansika Motwani

The Tamil industry, while being better than all the other film industries when it comes to treating female actors, is still dominated by men. So, I can only work within the space offered to heroines, and I think I am doing that.

Hansika Motwani

I had worked in Hindi films like ‘Jaago,’ ‘Abra Ka Dabra,’ ‘Koi Mil Gaya,’ but ‘Desamuduru’ was a different experience.

Hansika Motwani

My mum is my biggest critic. She said I was good for the first film, but I can still be better, and I need to polish my acting skills.

Hansika Motwani

I need to thank my director, producers, and artists as well crew members of all my projects.

Hansika Motwani

My parents have put in a lot of efforts for me. Whatever I am and wherever I am is because of them. I won’t do anything to displease them.

Hansika Motwani

I always give importance to scripts first, and remuneration is something that comes later.

Hansika Motwani

I always give importance to scripts first, and remuneration is something that comes later.

Hansika Motwani

I’m happy with my commercial heroine tag.

Hansika Motwani

When the time is right, I will do female-centric films.

Hansika Motwani

I make it a point to study the character I do, and if the story demands that I wear a particular outfit, I’m game.

Hansika Motwani

I concentrate on doing good projects.

Hansika Motwani

What’s the point of doing a great character in a bad film? Instead, I want audiences to thoroughly enjoy a film and remember my part when they walk out of a cinema hall.

Hansika Motwani

I do feel bad when my films don’t do well, but I respect audiences’ verdict because they know well which films to support. If they don’t like a film, we should accept it.

Hansika Motwani

The only time my workout goes a little haywire is when I’m travelling.

Hansika Motwani

I’ve been working on the screen right from childhood and am completely in love with my work. And this experience has taught me that ultimately, it’s a good script, good work that matters, whether in Bollywood or in the South.

Hansika Motwani

I think it is very important for all actors to complete their studies side by side.

Hansika Motwani

My workout involves cardio, jogging, and yoga as well. I am a firm believer of yoga and meditation.

Hansika Motwani

My personal life is also cinema.

Hansika Motwani

I love Chennai and its people. My mother always tells me, ‘You should have been born a South Indian!’

Hansika Motwani

The camera and I have always had good chemistry.

Hansika Motwani

‘Power’ is a very special film for me and is one of the finest films of my career. I have played a character that I have never done before. My role has a lot of comedy.

Hansika Motwani

Ravi Teja helps the co-artistes, and he is a very kind person.

Hansika Motwani

I entered the industry at very young age, and I was like any normal girl at the age of 17 or 18. At that age, most girls are a little plump.

Hansika Motwani

When I turned 21, I started losing weight – again, a normal thing for any girl my age. I did not take a conscious decision to reduce my weight.

Hansika Motwani

I am not a party person.

Hansika Motwani

I paint, and painting gives me my much needed break from my routine. Painting was a subject in my school, and I developed a liking for the lines and colours and started practising in my free time. It helps me de-stress amidst my hectic shooting schedules.

Hansika Motwani

All actresses, including me, want to look great on screen.

Hansika Motwani

I’m competing with myself first, as my aim is to improve my performance in every film.

Hansika Motwani

I’m not bothered about what others are doing. All I want to do is excel in whatever it is that I do.

Hansika Motwani

I went around Coimbatore quite often while I was shooting for Velayudham. It’s a fascinating place with a lot of energy.

Hansika Motwani

When I was shooting in Pollachi, I had tried out a lot of local food, most of them I don’t remember the names of.

Hansika Motwani

Even when I turn 60, they’ll call me a child actor.

Hansika Motwani

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