The Padmavat actress Deepika Padukone has talked about being harassed in the early days of her career.
Being a millionaire and wrapped in stardom does not mean that money has purchased everything, there is a wide range of downsides one has to face. In a recent interview, the Padukone has revealed about her struggle in the industry. The actress has unfolded certain points when she was into depression, keeping the miseries to herself.
In a recent interview to the Evening Standard the actress was asked about the environment in the Bollywood wake of the Me Too and Time’s Up campaigns that changed the industry overseas. “There’s so much more awareness,” – said Deepika.
“There are so many people who speak up and I think in the same way that we see the wheels moving in the right direction globally, I see the same thing happening in India as well.” – She added.
Padukone said that she had to face a lot of odds. “To get a boob job, do the beauty pageants. They felt it was the right way to be recognized or picked up by a Bollywood director or producer. It might be an easier way to achieve what you want to achieve. But I haven’t been that person; I’ve always followed my gut.”
As per the New York Times probe into the movie director Weinstein, lots of women showed up with stories of them being faced with sexual harassment. Abuses of power were revealed during which some common names of the film industry came up.
Padmavat has fetched the actress 300 million success. However, the next Hollywood movie is anticipated to offer her a $300 million fortune.