Bollywood's negative aspects are revealed by Mallika Sherawat: "I wouldn't compromise, therefore all the A-list heroes wouldn't work with me,"
Mallika Sherawat isn't afraid to speak her mind, divulge startling admissions, or expose the dark side of Bollywood in an open and fearless way.
Mallika exposed the film business in her most recent interview when discussing the prevalence of casting couches and how she lost out on opportunities when she wouldn't give in.
"Because I wouldn't compromise, all the A-list heroes declined to collaborate with me. They want actresses they can manage and who will make concessions to them, and it's just that easy.
That's not who I am, and that's not my personality. I didn't want to be a victim of someone else's moods and whims. Sit, stand, or do whatever.
If you are a part of that circle and are working on that movie, you must leave if the hero phones you at three in the morning and asks you to come to his house. You will be removed from the movie if you don't go, Mallika told Hindustan Times.
A few weeks ago, Mallika, who is preparing for her new movie RK/Rkay, said that Deepika Padukone and Siddhant Chaturvedi had similar personal and passionate sequences in their 2004 pornographic thriller Murder.
Deepika Padukone and Shakun Batra's Gehraiyaan also featured Deepika Padukone. She was, however, the victim of media and business mental suffering rather than being praised like Deepika.