Mahima Chaudhary on how Bollywood has evolved

Mahima Chaudhary, who debuted with Subhash Ghai’s Bollywood film Pardes, was one of the most promising newcomers of her time. She is happy with the way the film industry has changed. And that women are now given much more space to play different roles.

In the 90s it was about the man. Women were seen primarily as “the bride” or the “woman who needed to be saved.” Those were the roles that were there. Various filmmakers have only portrayed Indian women in a certain way. But times have changed and women are now taking the lead.

Speaking about how the industry has evolved and what she says has changed since then, she says: “I think the industry has come to a position where actresses are in charge as well. They get better roles, better salaries, better advertising offers, and much more. They are in a great and much more powerful position. ”

“A woman’s career can now last longer. The public now accepts women in different types of roles. Even in romantic roles, even after becoming a mother or wife. The person is celebrated “.

She recounts how early their relationship determined how long her career would last. “The moment you started dating someone, they discarded you. The image was that the public only wanted a virgin who had not kissed. If you were dating someone, it was, ‘Oh! It’s coming out! ‘. If you got married, you might forget it. Then your career ended. And if you also had a child, it’s completely over. “

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