Actress Divyanka Tripathi has opened up in dealing with the casting couch affair when she was promised ‘a big break’. In a new interview, Divyanka also said that the threat to destroy her life came. However, Divyanka said, ‘I know it’s all rubbish’, so ‘I’ll have a lot of fun’.
In the interview, Divyanka Tripathi said that during the ‘first break’ of an aspiring actor, people are trying to gain in many ways. Newcomers are ‘enchanted’ to believe that all newcomers have the same experience, he said.
In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, Divyanka said, “When you finish a show, your struggle starts again. There was a time when there was no money. I had to pay my bills, EMIs, etc. There was a lot of pressure. Then an offer came, ‘You have to be with this director, you Get the big break. ‘But I said,’ You’re really brilliant, this is it. ‘
Divyanka added, “This precedes the #MeToo movement. Providers like this will convince you that everyone in the industry will do just that. They lure you that you will stay behind if you do not do so. Nothing will happen in your business. In other words they have sometimes gone to the point of ruining your career if you do not. But I will have a lot of fun because I know all of this is rubbish. As I saw in the beginning, I got the first job based on my skills. So if I get the first job based on my skills, the next job will be the same.
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Divyanga rose to fame after playing Vidya Pratap Singh in Banu Main Teri Dulhan (2006). He also starred as Dr. Ishita Iyer Palla in the widely popular show Yeh Hai Mohabbatein. In 2017, she appeared on the dance reality show Nach Polly 8 and emerged as the winner. Last year, he participated in Kathron K. Khiladi 11 and took second place.