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Sherlyn Chopra: I don’t like to beg for roles in films

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Bollywood is going through a phase of introspection and lot of soul-searching in the wake of #MeToo movement. The whole controversy erupted when actress Tanushree Dutta made sexual harassment allegations against Nana Patekar. The alleged incident had happened on the sets of ‘Horn OK Pleassss!’ in 2008. After this, Alok Nath, Sajid Khan, Vikas Bahl, and others were accused of sexual misconduct.

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Now, Sherlyn Chopra in an exclusive chat with Bollywood Bubble spoke about the #MeToo movement and also about her career. Sherlyn was asked about her absence from the films and she responded by saying, ”I don’t like to go to producers and beg for films. I only ask myself this question, do I have talent? Yes, I have. Do I have beauty? Yes, I have. Do I have intelligence? Yes, I have. Almighty (God) has given us presence of mind then why beg and depend on others. When you work really hard at something then things will fall in place. You just need to have passion.”

Sherlyn Chopra also made some remarks on #MeToo and said, “Don’t approach people from the position of insecurity or dependency. Approach it from the position of security and confidence. If you do that then there is no need to say yes for everything.”

Bollywood in the aftermath of #MeToo controversy has to set the record straight and get its act together. Stay tuned to Bollywood Bubble for all the latest news and updates.

Watch the full interview here:

Also Read: #MeToo: Sherlyn Chopra reacts to allegations leveled against Rajkumar Hirani

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