8 actresses who talked about Bollywood being an unsafe place to work, read details

India is the largest producer of movies in the entire world. Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood, Mollywood, Sandalwood and other regional cinema industries together produce more movies than any nations in the world.

Indian film industry is the world’s most profitable movie-making nation, with a net gross production of 800 to 1,000 movies every year that is almost double of the net creation produced by Hollywood.

The Indian film industry made Guinness Book of World records in 2009, with a total of 1,288 films were being produced in 24 different languages.

On the other hand, there is no hiding from the fact that several actresses in the Indian film industry have been a victim of sexual harassment. Time and again, the actresses have spoken up against casting couch and harassment.

 Previously, #MeToo movement hit the headlines which exposed some popular names from several professional fields across the country.

With feminism and women empowerment becoming the most-talked subjects, actresses in the Bollywood film industry have become more open about prevalent issues. 

8 actresses who talked about Bollywood being an unsafe place to work

1. Swara Bhaskar

“I would just tell myself that this director is being… whatever, but that is not the truth. The director was not being an idiot or an ass, he was being a predator.”

2. Kalki Koechlin

“People don’t listen to you if you’re a nobody. If you’re a celebrity and you talk about it, it only becomes a shocking headline.”

3. Mallika Sherawat

“If the hero calls you at 3 AM and says, “Come to my house”, you have to go, if you are in that circle and if you are doing that film. If you don’t go, then you are out of the film.”