Malika Sherawat reveals the reality of Bollywood
According to a foreign news agency, Malika Sherawat, who started her film career with the film Murder in 2004, expressed her feelings 18 years later.
He compared the depths of his film Murder and Deepika Padukone.
At the same time, the actress spoke openly about the changing trends in the film industry.
“I did what Deepika Padukone did in the film ‘Gahraiyaan’ 18 years ago, but my performance was never appreciated,” she said.
“People in the film industry have always focused on my body and glamor, no one has ever praised my acting,” she added.
Asked about the changes taking place in the film industry, the actress said that in the past, the woman was Sati Sautri or a bad character, in this context, her role was written in the film.
Malaika added that now the woman in the film is just a human being, who is happy or sad, makes mistakes or stumbles but still people love her.
Malika Sherawat also said that heroines are very confident about their bodies. When I made the film Murder, there was a lot of noise. People made good things about kisses and small clothes in the film.
The actress said that she also did films like Pyar Ke Side Effect and Wellcome but no one appreciated her acting.
“People were very narrow-minded when the Murder movie came out. I was mentally disturbed by the industry and the media,” he said.
It is to be noted that Malika Sherawat is now appearing in Rajat Kapoor’s film ‘RK, RK’, which is all set to release on July 22.