You have reached the lead role after a hard struggle, what message would you like to give on Women’s Day?
‘Bunty Aur Babli 2’ fame actress Sharvari Wagh is busy these days in improving her work. Now in a special conversation with Dainik Bhaskar, Sharvari Wagh has spoken on Women’s Day. Along with this, he has also shared some things related to his career and upcoming projects.
According to Dainik Bhaskar You have reached the lead role after a hard struggle, what message would you like to give on Women’s Day?
Time is changing now. Now is the time that girls and women are getting the right to live their lives with dignity. I am getting the right to choose my desired profession, I am getting the right to move forward. There are many examples in the world who have done many great things. Taking inspiration from him, we all should have courage and work hard to move ahead in our professional field.
Do you think male is given more importance than female in Bollywood industry?
I don’t think that male actors are given much importance here. I think it depends on the type of script that is made whether actors have more roles or actresses have more roles. Now watch the recently released film Gheeyan. Deepika Padukone’s performance in it so beautifully has been amazing.
The reason for this has also been that he got a script where his character was written so beautifully. Similarly, Taapsee Pannu’s film is Thappad. I have just come to see Alia Bhatt’s Gangubai Kathiawadi film. Alia Bhatt has a strong character in it. I would say that actors and actresses get equal status. The important thing here is what the script is written for.
What about films with female centric characters?
Nowadays we are getting to see more female centric films. I am fortunate that I am in the industry at the moment when such films are being made. Today, the characters of girls are being written so well, I feel very proud to see that this huge change is taking place in our film industry. I consider myself lucky to have entered the industry during this time when such characters are being written for actors.
Did anything differ between male-female artists?
I have acted in two-three films only. On the basis of my small experience, I would say that it has never made any difference. It’s Bunty Aur Babli’s now. Now Bunty and Babli are the names of two people in its title.
What would you like to say about feminism in the film industry?
Like I said, be it Gangubai or Ghareyan, this is the kind of film that I would like to do. Women have also done well at the box office. In such a situation, I feel that in future I will also be able to do such films.