Monalisa Chinda says fans often forget that celebrities are humans and are judged harshly.

In an interview with GlamSquad magazine, the actress said her favourite parts of celebrity life is getting preferential treatment and making people smile.

“Celebrities are human. We are allowed to make one or two mistakes; I would wish the public will judge us less,” she said when asked about the part of celebrity life that she thought was overrated.

“That you are sometimes given preferential treatment at certain places, like the bank, the restaurants, at airports, social gatherings, being able to put zillion of smiles on people’s faces etc,” she said about her favourite part of celebrity life.

When asked about the part of celebrity life that she found challenging, the actress said: “The fact that every word you utter in the public domain, you will be held accountable.

“That you cannot act or behave ‘anyhow’ in the public domain, you must be in control of yourself and your emotions. Whilst it’s ok to be yourself, be conscious of yourself and what you ‘put’ out there.”

When asked about what role she would like to play in a movie, Chinda said she would like to play the role of a 70 or 90-year old.

“I would like to see myself interpret such a complex role. I wonder when that day would come,” she explained.

“I would like to branch off to read international relations. I love the idea of becoming a diplomat. I am looking forward to going back to school just for that though. That is one I dream I intend to fulfil.”



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