You need to do that everyday and not just on Women’s Day.I am a woman and I have to live every day, what is just one day of fighting going to do?The Parched actor says where payments and contracts are concerned, we must strive for better and timely pay as well.“There is way too much hierarchy in t he industry as it is in society.But now that Silk’s relatives are getting edgier about the film, suddenly everyone is claiming it is not a biopic at all – even if the central character is named Silk. This one line set the tone for everything Tusshar had to say after that – whether it was about his role, his career, his sister Ekta or his love life. “I like to do films of all genres, so long as the people I am working with are nice.” Take what you get. They remained married until Kendall passed away of colon cancer in 1984.
In fact, not just gender, there must be equality in everything else too,” says Radhika.
Ekta Kapoor was hellbent on getting Tusshar Kapoor and Vidya Balan together all those years ago, but it just didn’t work out!
While that admission seemed to come straight from Tusshy’s heart, the rest just fizzled out. The media claims it is about Silk Smitha, but that’s not true.
We had a lot of fun, but there were no sparks.” Any guesses why?
The ‘Kabaali’ star spoke about the recent racial offence made against her ‘Parched’ co-actress Tannishtha Chatterjee on a popular comedy show. If you are talking about cracking a joke on colour, I am completely against it.