Raveena Tandon has raised questions on how the media treats feminine actors vs male ones. While the ladies are slotted in classes and eras, males appear to get pleasure from a without end superstardom. In a dialog with Sonal Kalra, HT’s chief managing editor-entertainment and way of life through the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2022, Raveena spoke in regards to the totally different therapy that women and men in Bollywood get.
She mentioned, “I used to ask the media as well about why they differentiate between actors and actresses. When Aamir takes a break of 2-3 years and comes back with a movie, you don’t call it his comeback. You don’t say ‘superstar of the 90s Aamir Khan is with us today. Hum bhi lagatar kaam hi karte aarae hain (We have been working regularly too). But I see so many articles in media about ‘superstar of the 90s’ Madhuri Dixit is now doing this’. She has been working continuously so how did you label her like that? You never said this about Salman Khan or Sanjay Dutt. So we need to end this disparity.”
Raveena was joined by Pankaj Tripathi over a video name for the session. He mentioned that on OTT, there isn’t any standards about which age group one belongs to, the kind of stardom and ‘baggage’ they’ve. “What’s necessary on OTT is how good the story was and the way it was made. There isn’t any significance of what enterprise a present did. It doesn’t matter when you have a six pack or not. Of course, it’s not necessary in cinema both. One forgets it after 30 seconds and appears for a very good story. I feel age, look doesn’t matter on OTT,” he mentioned. Raveena talked about that Pankaj was being a bit too modest when it got here to praising himself.
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