BH CORRESPONDENT, Mumbai: Actresses in Bollywood, as well as OTT and TV screens, often face trolls for their steamy scenes. At times, beyond trolls they are shamed for their choices and appearances on the screen. People often forget that their characters on screens are fictitious and a mere representation of the present scenario. It is often spectated that women aren’t spared from being called numerous obnoxious tags.
One such furiously bold and strong actress is Mirzapur starrer Anangsha Biswas, she voiced her concern about this unfairness and about how the misogynistic ideology keeps growing among the viewers. She had a few important questions for her fans and viewers that do state how patriarchal we are!
The question is simple, “Why do women always face trolls for the bold scenes and men go scott free? Why aren’t the male actors subjected to the same kind of humiliation? Why are intimate scenes made such a big deal?,” questioned Anangsha, who made her screen debut with a small role as a child actress in Sudhir Mishra’s Khoya Khoya Chand.
The Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana actor shared her views on the same. “It is necessary to adopt a more progressive outlook on gender, understand that an intimate scene is as tough and challenging as a fight sequence,” she said.
She also added she doesn’t take both trolling and adulation seriously but the gender biasness is something that the Maaya 2 actor would like to make a positive change in.