Kajal Aggarwal says that she will never forget the fact that her first film was a flop. When a film is in the making, everybody works on it with optimism. The 'Businessman' actress acknowledges that it is difficult to digest failure. However, she concedes that if one is equanimous in success and failure, things will become easy.
"People are not ready to watch films which they don't like. The fate of a film would be known on the first day itself. One need not have to wait for long. When your hopes are dashed by a failure, you will find it difficult to reconcile to it. But one must be neutral to successes and failures," she postulates.
The actress is currently working with Mahesh Babu for the second time, in the film directed by Sukumar. She is busy juggling Tollywood and Kollywood.
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