Madhuri Dixit hopes people stop asking actresses about their comebacks
Dhak-Dhak girl Madhuri Dixit Nene, is known for her spectacular work in Bollywood. She was one of the reigning actresses of the Hindi cinema from the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. Post her marriage the beautiful actress took a break from films to concentrate on her personal life. Madhuri has been asked about her comeback several times. However, this particular question irks her a lot.
Recently, the actress in an interview with IANS said that she hopes working women will not be asked about their comeback, adding that only women are asked such questions and not the men. She said, “When a hero is away from a screen for a long time, no one asks him when he would be making a comeback, but actresses have to face this question, ‘When are you coming back in films?’ every single time. If actresses are not doing films for sometime, it’s their personal choice. Don’t constantly ask them about their return to showbiz or films. Like other people, our priorities also differ from time to time.”
The ‘Total Dhamaal’ actress further added, “I have been asked about my comeback so many times. I didn’t work for years and there was one mandatory comeback question always asked to me. I don’t know what to say about it, but now I hope this thing will change in future and there will be no more ‘comeback’ questions being imposed to working women.”
Madhuri also explained that taking a break was very much a conscious decision on her part.