‘Dirty’ Side of Bollywood Revealed by Leading Actress

‘Dirty’ Side of Bollywood revealed by leading actress, who has worked both in Bollywood as well as Hollywood.

If you think Mallika Sherawat has disappeared from Bollywood, its because she’s spending more time in hollywood working on international assignments. After spending more than a decade in the film industry, Mallika surely has created a niche for herself and knows how to survive in this cut-throat industry.

However, she feels dirty politics still exists in Bollywood, despite the industry becoming more professional, and you miss out on many roles because another actress is the hero’s favorite or the producer’s favourite. Mallika says in the glittering world of Bollywood one gets an opportunity on the basis of favoritism and not on the basis of his/her acting prowess, and favoritism surely haunts the new comers who have just stepped into the film industry.

Mallika is all set to portray one of the most ambitious roles of her career in the movie named ‘Dirty Politics’, directed by K.C. Bokadia.

Mallika who became popular after her sensational stint in ‘Murder’ has also worked in a couple of international projects. And may be her busy schedule at overseas has been the reason why she remained absent from Bollywood for quite a while.

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But now with Dirty Politics Sherawat is back in Bollywood. “It is true that I was getting offers abroad and I have worked a lot internationally, but India is my home and Bollywood is my home. I am very excited to do more Bollywood films.”


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Mallika Sherawat reveals the 'dirty' side of Bollywood
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