In the midst of elevating tensions regarding anti-feministic attitude prevailing in the South Indian film industry, actress Amala Paul has finally broken her silence and has revealed that starlets should be strong and determined to survive in the world of entertainment.
The comment of Amala Paul came in the wake of disturbing incidents including the actress assault case and the recent revelations made by Telugu actress Sri Reddy.
In a recent interview, Amala Paul revealed that the world of cinema is not meant for weak-minded females. She argued that women need to be strong not only in cinema but in all courses of life. The 'Run Baby Run' actress said that exploitations against women apply to every field and a girl who is self-determined with strong decisions and opinions will survive safely everywhere.
Amala Paul's previous release 'Bhaskar Oru Rascal' which featured Aravind Swamy in the lead role was a box-office dud. The film which was the remake of Mollywood blockbuster 'Bhaskar: The Rascal' failed to impress audiences and critics alike, and it emerged as the biggest flop in the career of both Amala, Aravind Swamy and director Siddique.
The dazzling starlet is now busy with the works of two movies; 'Raatchasan' and 'Aadujeevitham'. 'Raatchasan', the Tamil movie is being directed by Ramkumar with Vishnu Vishal in the lead role.
On the other hand, 'Aadujeevitham' widely considered to the most anticipated movie in the career of Prithviraj Sukumaran is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Blessy. The film is based on Benyamin's legendary novel of the same name.
Recently, Mollywood superstar Dulquer Salmaan had also talked about the anti-women attitude which prevails in the South Indian film industry. In an interview given to a national channel, the 'Karwaan' actor made it clear that he has the immense respect for women, and his movies have not ever portrayed women in a bad light. During the talk, Dulquer Salmaan also asked audiences not to evaluate his dad Mammootty with the dialogues he renders in movies.