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Riya Sen On Her Decision To Quit Bollywood: “Getting Tag Of S*xy From An Young Age Was Horrible”

Entertainer Riya Sen who rose to notoriety at the youthful age of 16 with Falguni Pathak’s tune Yaad Piya Ki Aane Lagi which discharged in 1998 has made considerable progress in her acting profession. The entertainer who made her introduction with Tamil flick Taj Mahal in 1999, in her acting vocation spreading over around two decades has acted in more than 30 movies.

Riya Sen who is very well known for her jobs in films like Style, Qayamat, Jhankaar Beats, Shaadi No 1, Apna Sapna Money among numerous others, in an ongoing meeting to media opened about the purpose for her stopping Bollywood films.

Riya stated, “I understood a portion of the movies I did, after a couple of hits that I had, they weren’t working for me since I wasn’t happy in the jobs I was playing. That is the reason most likely individuals thought I was an awful entertainer and I don’t accuse them. By then when I did a great deal of Bollywood motion pictures, it was tied in with being s*xy, the garments that you wear, the cosmetics that you do. I didn’t fit into that.”
“Getting those labels, it was simply horrendous, appalling. Living with that… I was in school when the tag of ‘se*y’ began coming my direction. There was such a great amount of strain to consistently look great, a specific way. In any event, when I went out, individuals had this discernment that ‘Gracious Riya Sen’ since they feel what you’re on screen, you’re the equivalent, in actuality.” included the on-screen character.
Riya likewise expressed that to look spectacular all the time was additionally something which she began finding awkward in the later phase of her vocation, “Everybody needs to be stylish, no uncertainty, yet I was so youthful when I came here. I was doing every one of these jobs, wearing a smaller than usual skirt, going around and acting ‘adorable’. At the point when I’d watch myself on screen I’d resemble ‘eeks, I can hardly imagine how me.'”

“I got myself uncomfortable, entirely awkward. It wasn’t me. I was unable to go on set each day, get my hair twisted for quite a long time and sit with all that make-up. It simply didn’t do it for me. I took a cognizant choice to quit working in Bollywood films around then.” included the on-screen character.

Riya Sen is as of now found in MX Player’s satire arrangement “Pati Patni Aur Woh”.

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