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Mallika Sherawat REVEALS the dark truth of Bollywood; “if hero calls you at 3Am to his house you have to go or….”

Mallika Sherawat isn’t afraid to speak her mind, divulge startling admissions, or expose the dark side of Bollywood openly and fearlessly. Mallika exposed the film industry in her most recent interview when discussing the existence of casting couches and how she lost out on opportunities when she wouldn’t give in. Female performers are expected to follow whatever their “heroes say or else they are out of the film,” according to Mallika, who exposed the dark side of the industry.

In an interview, Mallika commented, “All the A-lister heroes refused to work with me because I wouldn’t compromise. It’s very simple — they like actresses who they can control and who will compromise with them. I am not that, my personality isn’t that. I didn’t want to subject myself to someone’s whims and fancies. Sit, stand, anything.”

The Welcome actress claimed that if actors called their female coworkers at strange hours, they would have no choice but to abide by it when questioned about what she meant by compromise. “If you’re in that circle and working on that movie, you have to go if the hero calls you at three in the morning and says, “Come to my place. You will be cut out of the movie if you refuse to leave, according to Mallika.


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Mallika Sherawat, meanwhile, is most recognised for her role in the 2004 movie Murder. She appeared in a daring role in Anurag Basu’s crime drama, which also included numerous intimate encounters between her and Emraan Hashmi. With the film “Rk/RKay,” she made her first appearance in three years, co-starring with Kubbra Sait and Ranvir Shorey. On July 22 of last month, the movie was released.

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