New Delhi: Even if celebrities get lot of love from their fans, harsh criticism also comes with the package.
Bollywood serial kisser Emraan Hashmi, who will soon be seen in a controversial film 'Azhar', has always been a good friend with the criticism.
When asked how one should actually deal with the criticism that comes their way, the 37-year-old actor exclusively told ANI, "Criticism will be beneficial for you, if you take it in a constructive way. Generally, as human beings, we like to stay clear and it is in human nature to evade the criticism and only focus on the praises."
"Sometimes the critique that comes your way is not fair, so it is very important to find a sense of balance so that it doesn't affect you. One needs to use their own observation skills to understand, added the 'Murder 2' star.
Emraan's latest film is based on the life of former Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin that will shed light on his highs and lows during his career.
The film also stars Narghis Fakhri and Prachi Desai in the supporting roles. Directed by Tony D'Souza, 'Azhar' will hit the silver screen on May 13.