Bollywood desk. Bhumi Pednekar says that she cannot do films where a girl is being tortured and the country is celebrating her. He made this statement in a conversation. She says, “I like to dance. I’m not against item numbers. I don’t even have any problem with women wearing bikinis in scenes. Someday I’ll wear it on screen. But I don’t want to do anything like that, In which women are made the object of glamor. Today, hero or heroine are the people who inspire someone to do better. I don’t think that has anything to do with this Received that you look like? “
How can land not be a part of films?
When Bhoomi was asked if there is a role she would never like to do? In response, he said, “I cannot be a part of films that are anti-women or that are out of my moral comfort.” If the land is to be believed, his work is not only to entertain but also to contribute to the society. “I would be very happy if the audience gets out of theaters and does something good,” she says.
On your characters so far
In her 5-year career, Bhumi has acted in 6 films and played different roles in all. In ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’, she played the role of an overweight girl, in ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’, she was portrayed as a woman fighting for Haq. In ‘Sand Ki Aankh’, 65-year-old shooter became a grandmother, while in ‘Bala’ she was shown with dark skin.
She says, “For me, every character is getting challenging and making better actresses. Every time I wonder what next? And some interesting writers and directors bring different roles to me. It’s a beginning I have been telling people that ‘Bull’s Eye’ and ‘Bala’ are my 5th and 6th films. My journey is short and beautiful. I have a long way to go.
source – danik bhaskar