Bollywood superstar Mallika Sherawat will before long be found in an up and coming frightfulness parody digital show titled Boo… Sabki Phategi. Be that as it may, she said that in her earlier days in the film business, most movie producers were excessively keen on exploring her “bold” image as opposed to acting aptitudes she brought to the table. More or less, they never observed her to be a “Bollywood heroine,” reported a foreign media outlet. The celebrity, who ended up well known for her bold scenes in the 2004 film Murder, has been living with the tag of a "strong" courageous woman from that point forward.
Be that as it may, luckily, the picture of ladies in media outlets is evolving. “It is such a progressive step in a positive direction…now I feel that the film industry is much more inclusive for women rather than the earlier days when I started out. These days, film-makers are thinking of writing multi-dimensional roles for women in cinema,” said Mallika. “When I came into the film industry, film-makers did not know what to do with me or what kind of role I should be offered because I am a strong, opinionated actress with no inhibitions against kissing on screen. I am always comfortable in my skin.”
The on-screen character has since showed up in Bollywood and global movies like The Myth, Welcome, Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam, Ugly Aur Pagli and Hisss. “In my early days, girls were only shown, especially in love-stories, like good girls, girlfriend of the hero. Or they were just there for glamour,” Mallika recalled. “Everything is evolving now, so should the narrative. It is great to see, in a film like Badhaai Ho, a veteran actress like Neena jee got her due as a performer.”
In any case, Mallika feels that there is as yet a steady weight on ladies everywhere throughout the world to look great and maintain a body image. “Even I feel the pressure to but thankfully, because of my lifestyle, it is not very hard for me to get affected by the negativity around body image. I am a vegan so the food I eat is very healthy,” she shared. “I live a very organic life and practice yoga. That is one exercise form that works for my body, good blood circulation, breathing and everything. Since I am very consistent with my practice, it is only easy for me to look good.”