Los Angeles, Aug 20 (IANS) Actress Anne Hathaway believes that there is nothing wrong in breaking down at times and getting yourself together and being able to move on.
“The Intern” star admits she regularly breaks down on film sets.
“I felt strongly that my character should cry at work. I cry all the time. Granted, I’m an actress, so I kind of get a pass, but what’s the big deal if you cry and then get yourself together and move on?,” Instyle magazing quoted Hathaway as saying, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Despite being happy showing her vulnerable side, Anne admits she didn’t react well when her former boyfriend Raffaello Follieri was arrested by the FBI for defrauding a group of investors in 2008.
“It was bad, but I was a baby-pants. Now I understand a lot more about people and myself,” she said.
The Oscar winner has currently taken a break after starring in the one-woman Broadway show “Grounded” for seven weeks, wherein she played a female Air Force pilot.