New Delhi, Jan. 17 -- Actor Nimrat Kaur, who has been appreciated for her work in the BAFTA nominated film The Lunchbox (2013), says that she values this appreciation more than the accolades and awards which the film wins.
"When you set out to make a film, it is not about what you will win and where, it is more about audience appreciation and the number of different people who are able to connect with your film. This is what makes me proud," says the 34-year-old.
The actor, who has recently wrapped up the shoot of the American political thriller Homeland 4, says that she never thought about the film's box office future before signing it.
"I had decided to do the film as soon as I read the script. I did not look at its commercial viability or who else was acting in it," she says.