People used to call me black, suffered a lot but I did not lose- Shilpa Shetty


It is said that in the glamor industry, Talend matters while nothing like it is as important as Talend in the film city, it is equally important. There are many actresses in Bollywood who had to face apartheid at the start of their career, even had to listen to many taunts of people but those heroines did not give up but made themselves even better and are ruling the industry today, One of them is Shilpa Shetty, who is counted among Bollywood's hit heroines today, but there was a time when she had to suffer a lot due to black color.

Shilpa expressed her pain during an interview when producers used to exclude her from films due to being black. Shilpa told me that in the early days of her career, I had the desire to do something big but due to being black, tall, and thin, I had to face the rejections of people, but did not give up and did not let myself dominate these things. Because of this, he is at this stage today.

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Shilpa told me that when I entered the fashion world, I was only 17 years old. When I participated in a fashion show just for fun, I met a photographer who wanted to take my pictures. 'It was a great opportunity for me to come out of my comfort zone. This is where I started modeling. I had never seen this world nor understood things. When the time came to test the success, I was not ready.

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At that time, he did not even know how to speak Hindi, not only that he hesitated to come forward to the camera, but he tried hard. According to Shilpa, it is not easy to enjoy one moment and ignore the other. Shilpa told me about this, 'I decided to give myself a different identity and entered Big Brother. This was a chance for me to do something different. After this, there were many changes in life.

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People there did not accept me soon because I was from India. It was very difficult for me but I did not give up. But when Shilpa won that show, people were very proud of her. She fought not just for herself but for all those who are victims of apartheid. Shilpa struggled a lot and proved that she is no less than anyone, neither in color nor in terms of talent, if every woman has the same thinking and determination as Shilpa, then it is not at all difficult to achieve success in life.