Motivational quotes by the gorgeous Raashi Khanna

Raashi Khanna is an Indian entertainer and vocalist who prevalently works in Telugu and Tamil language entertainment worlds.

Raashi Khanna was conceived on 30 November 1990, she is an Indian entertainer and vocalist who prevalently works in Telugu and Tamil language entertainment worlds. Here are some quotes given out by her.


  •   Coming from the Malayalam sets, when I went to Telugu, people told me that I wasn’t acting and that it felt dead. It was very subtle in Malayalam, while it is slightly dramatic in Telugu. It is quite fascinating to understand what each industry expects of.
  • After being signed for ‘Madras Cafe,’ I joined Jogi Singh’s acting classes, where I learned the basic nuances.


  • It’s always exciting to be part of films where you matter and add value.

  • Tamannaah is not just pretty on the outside but from within too. She’s extremely friendly and grounded. We had mutual admiration for each other and bonded so well. I think I found a sister in her.

  • After completing my studies, I got into advertising.

  • As much as I love to do commercial films, a touching romantic film like Mani Ratnam’s ‘Geethanjali’ will satiate my creative appetite.

  • As much as I like being part of commercial films that give me visibility with a wide audience, and love being the glamourous girl, at the end of the day, I am an actor, and nothing can be more satisfying than being appreciated for my craft.

  • Praise is good. Some people over-praise, though. Genuine appreciation is rare to come by.

  • Apart from work, I really have no time for myself. I am literally living out of a suitcase. But I love my life!

  • My debut film, ‘Madras Cafe,’ is a political thriller in which John Abraham plays an army officer. My character’s name is Ruby Singh, and I play John’s wife, with all the strappings of an army man’s wife.

  • I am conscious of making choices that balance the performance and commercial aspects. It’s easy to get stereotyped in this industry.

  • I avoid junk food and love vegetables, salads, and fruits.

  • I was really looking forward to the release of ‘Villain.’ I put in a lot of hard work, and I am glad people are noticing basic things – like how I synced perfectly with the Malayalam dialogues or that I came across as a Malayalam girl – makes me feel wonderful

  • I don’t want people to define me. That’s the best way for an actor to grow.

  • I think for a heroine to do comedy and action and also be glamorous is a big thing. That’s why ‘Supreme’ will be very close to my heart.

  • ‘Bengal Tiger’ is huge film for me, and I had a blast working with both Ravi Teja and Tamannaah.

  • Radha Krishna Sir, the director of ‘Jil,’ had seen ‘Madras Cafe’ and liked my acting in it. He wanted a performer and so got me on board.

  • Having started with Bollywood and then moving to Telugu industry, I feel that it is not possible to survive without talent in any industry.