With the main co-stars Bani J, Maanvi Gagroo, and Sayani Gupta in each season, Kirti Kulhari worked on all three seasons of Four More Shots Please. Even while Kirti believes they may have learned about each other's likes and dislikes from years of working together, she believes this knowledge is really superficial and not particularly deep.
Kirti revealed her relationship with her co-stars, the reasons why she hasn't joined the other females this season, and her greatest female friends in an interview.
In response to a question regarding the potential for a bond to form between the co-stars, Kirti stated, "Personally, I have seen the females come together in groups of two or three. I've been absent from the group this season. However, I think Maanvi Gagroo, Sayani Gupta, and Bani J have reunited since I withdrew. My mental state was more introspective and of that nature. We are already familiar with one another's behaviours, triggers, preferences, etc.
I imagine there are things about each other that worry us, but I wonder if we've ever had a conversation about the things that bother us about each other. If it has happened, I haven't taken part in it. Bani, who was also there for the interview, interjected to say that she had similar discussions with Maanvi. Kirti said, "It's fantastic, but as I said, I haven't eaten those. On the surface, everything appears to be pleasant, but until we talk about the things that bother us, I'll keep my distance. I'm standing there.
Anjana is all about battling inner demons this season, Kirti stated in reference to her persona.
She makes her own decisions, I suppose, and we opened season three with a scene in my house, so I think whoever goes first" (has a lot to deal with). The schedule is roughly six to seven days long, and there are so many things to do — like setting up the looks and making so many modifications — that it can get extremely chaotic.
The majority of my track this time is in the house, so it could be too much to handle, she continued. It was exhausting to switch between ten things and ten different emotions every day. It had an undead sensation. I found that to be a difficult.
When questioned about her closest female friends, Kirti responded, "I have friends and I feel close to individuals, but as a person I am not someone who is in touch with anyone - even my parents - on a regular basis. I've grown accustomed to solving problems on my own. I became this person as I matured. My sister, a doctor in the army, and another classmate and I are quite close. That's pretty much it for me.