Amid Kareena Kapoor’s trolling by Sita and Deepika Padukone’s alleged expulsion from Baiju Bawra, Bell Bottom actress Lara Dutta’s revelation about salary disparity comes as a surprise. [Exclusive]



It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Bollywood leads the pack when it comes to pay disparity and gender inequality. It is a known fact that Bollywood is a male dominated industry and male actors often charge more than their female counterparts. Although the gender pay gap appears to be narrowing in recent years, the pay gap is still deeply ingrained in the industry. And the recent discussions of Kareena Kapoor Khan and Deepika Padukone allegedly asking for equal or more pay just adds to that. In the midst of this, Bell Bottom actress Lara Dutta has said that the pay gap is a constant change and will continue to gain momentum in the industry. Also Read – Watch Out: Deepika Padukone’s Modern Airport Look With Akshay Kumar’s Floral Print Outfit | Watch video

Reports have been circulating in the industry that Deepika has lost her lead role in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming film Baiju Bawra for demanding pay equal to that of her husband Ranveer Singh, who has been hired to play the title character. on the screen. Not long ago, Kareena was brutally trolled for allegedly raising her fee to Rs 12 crore to play the role of Sita. While there have been no official confirmations on these two reports, we asked Lara if she has witnessed any changes regarding the pay disparity in the industry over the past few years. Also read: Believe it or not! Salman Khan didn’t hit a single box office hit in the past two decades

“I definitely think there have been a lot of good changes in the industry. And especially when women are concerned they get paid much better than before. So I definitely think that ‘Yes, the industry has changed in many ways’ especially for women And if you look at it today, not only the actresses, but there have been many directors, writers, PDOs who have taken a step in the last few years. And many opportunities have been created for I think this is the new trend that has started and I hope it continues to improve, “Lara told Bollywood Life. Also read: Nushrratt Bharuccha rushed to hospital after her blood pressure dropped dramatically on the sets of Luv Ranjan’s movie – read deets

Furthermore, he added: The emergence of OTT platforms has also played an important role in this change and I just feel that it will get better and better in the future. Today, we already have many important actresses who have been demanding remuneration that is already equal to that paid to male actors. And there will also be some fixes. In these times of Covid-19, a lot of fixes have already been made in terms of movies that have gone straight to digital releases. And there has been a correction on what male actors can charge. So nothing is going to happen overnight. And like I said, this will be a constant change that will only continue to gain momentum. “

Speaking of her 18-year journey as an outsider, Lara told us that she has not been part of any camp or group and that she still had the opportunity to work with several great artists in the industry. “I think that being an outsider, I have had a great career in the industry. In my entire career, I have never belonged to any kind of camp or anything like that. I have always been an artist who has had the opportunity to work in all areas with everyone. So I really don’t feel like I’ve missed anything. Being an outsider, I’ve had incredible opportunities given to me. And when it comes to not being cast in a movie, I don’t think I’m the only group of actors who had have to deal with something like that. That’s an integral part of being in the industry. So there’s nothing that feels like ‘Oh my gosh! Just sath bohot bura hua’. I think I’ve been very lucky in my life to be in the industry for 18 years and remain relevant. “

On the work front, Lara will be seen rehearsing the role of Mrs. Indira Gandhi in Bell Bottom starring Akshay Kumar. It took Lara three hours to be transformed by makeup artist Vikram Gaikwad every time she filmed for a scene in the character of Indira Gandhi and another hour to get out of it and become Lara Dutta again. Apart from the look, Lara paid special attention to Indira Gandhi’s body language. A lot of research was done on this.

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