Ananya Panday is currently basking in the success of her recent box office hit Dream Girl 2 and receiving acclaim for her performance in Kho Gaye Hum Kahan. While her career is soaring, Ananya recently revealed that her parents, Chunky Panday and Bhavana Panday, had initially encouraged her to complete her education before fully diving into the film industry.
She told Galatta Plus that before going to college, she had the opportunity to meet Karan Johar and auditioned for Student of the Year. The film worked out for her. But at that time, her parents felt that she should pursue higher education before committing entirely to acting. They had told her, ‘If things don’t work out later, don’t blame us. Don’t say we made you do this because we want you to attend college.’
Mentioning that getting into acting was solely her decision, Ananya further explained that she always aspired to be an actor, but the acting bug didn’t hit her initially, possibly because her father was already a part of the industry and his journey was filled with ups and downs.

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She disclosed that her parents didn’t take her aspirations seriously initially and were particular about her completing her education as a backup plan since the failure rate in the film industry is higher than the success. This, she attributed to her father’s own career challenges and the fact that his parents were in the medical profession.

Despite the initial reservations and advice, Ananya has carved a niche for herself in the film industry. She is gearing up for her upcoming projects Control and Call My Bae.

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