Payal Rohatgi Quotes
I might be an actor professionally, but as a person I should know what our rituals, religion or our history is. Kumbh Mela really helps you in this.
'Laila' is very interesting and like Ram Gopal Varma's 'Darna Mana Hai,' it is episodic in nature.
I fail to understand why the #MeToo campaign in India didn't gain momentum when Malayalam actor Dileep was arrested after an actress was abducted and assaulted or when Telugu actress Sri Reddy was banned for talking about sexual harassment. These instances were more deserving of the #MeToo movement than anything else.
I will obviously exercise my freedom of speech because I live in India, not in Saudi Arabia and Iran; freedom of speech is an integral part of the Constitution of India and I believe in respecting in whatever is lawful in India.
If today I have been able to sell myself, it's because I agreed to shed my clothes and my inhibitions. And the more clothes I take off, the greater the number of people who come to see my films.
I stopped getting films. So I had to move to television. I kept myself alive with stage shows.
When I joined Bollywood, I too wanted decent and challenging roles but there were no offers. Directors and producers look at me as a woman who is willing to expose and that is the only reason they want to sign me.
In a film where I am acting, do you seriously think I would have the time to keep track of the number of times I kiss my co-star?
I won't play any blame games for my films that didn't work. But I've been working towards getting good roles. Even Abhishek Bachchan became a superstar after delivering 17 flops.
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