Nobody calls Salman or Akshay’s motion pictures male-driven movies, says Sonakshi Sinha
The entertainer says a film is a film and marking them as ladies driven motion pictures does nothing more than a bad memory.
Sonakshi Sinha is finished with sexism in Bollywood.
The Dabangg star has never shied from testing ventures, demonstrating her smoothness after continuous triumphs in her vocation of nine years.
As detailed by Indian Express, Sonakshi shared, “I need to be that on-screen character whom a movie producer can consider putting in any sort of film. That is the thing that I have been doing, that is the thing that keeps me connected with my work and makes me cherish it more.”
She additionally supposes it is an “incredible time” to be an entertainer in Bollywood considering the assortment of contents coming their direction however the misanthropic mentality needs to transform: “I simply need this entire marking of calling a movie driven by a female craftsman ‘lady driven’ to leave since when an Akshay (Kumar) or a Salman (Khan) completes a movie, nobody considers it a male-driven movie. A film is a film. That is all. We should quit arranging them. We should regard them as equivalents.”
While tending to divergence in the business, Sinha referenced on-screen characters who reject films with noticeable female characters. The star admitted the acknowledgment possibly went to her when her Mission Mangal co-star, Taapsee Pannu called attention to out before media.
Sinha included, “I figure it would be extremely pleasant to have men supporting ladies for a change. I might likewise want to see that in Hindi movies.”
The entertainer is by and by caught up with advancing her up and coming dramedy Khandaani Shafakhana discharging on 2 August.