special! Divya Dutta: “I have been dropped from many films but you have to take rejections in your struggle”. Hindi movie news

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Divya Dutta’s career spans decades. He is a name that spreads our talent and versatility. Divya has worked with various mediums such as TV, movies and now streaming platforms. At a time when fraternal nepotism and time insider-outsider ‘debate is being noticed, ETIM approaches Divya to get her thoughts on it and shed some light on her personal struggles and challenges. Her views on partisanship and groupism and how it shaped her career.

Watch the candid conversation with Divya below:

Asked how she dealt with favoritism or the fact that she was replaced by someone else, Divya said, “It seemed that there was a great sense of loss, coming and being rejected or being told over the phone That someone else has been moved in. I have been left out of many movies in the last moments so that hurts because you feel helpless yourself because you know how good you can be in that role. But what I noticed was that my family is very strong. My mother used to ask ‘Why are you upset?’ Then I would say, mother, ‘I have been thrown out of the film, why? I don’t know.’ So she says “Does this stop your life? Life never stops and tomorrow is another day. In fact, it’s weird that people, who have dropped me, have had better roles with me a few years later.” Worked with. There are two options that either happen. Either you bring everyone along. Reject and are affected. Whether it’s actor, technician, writer or whoever, we are sensitive and can get rejection on you. But you still have to think about us: let people sit on our heads and let it affect you or you can say what I have on hand? Do I have butter chicken or lentils? This is your life and So you have to make what comes your way and there is no other way. So I think I have been that way, I want to give up all these rejections and get the best of what I had .I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. Used to stay We are sensitive and can get rejection on you. But you still have to think about us: Let people sit on our head and let it affect you or you can say what is in my hand? Do I have butter chicken or lentils? This is your life and therefore you have to create what comes your way and there is no other way. So I feel like I’ve been that way, I want to give up all these rejections and get the best of what I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. We are sensitive and can get rejection on you. But you still have to think about us: Let people sit on our head and let it affect you or you can say what is in my hand? Do I have butter chicken or lentils? This is your life and therefore you have to create what comes your way and there is no other way. So I feel like I’ve been that way, I want to give up all these rejections and get the best of what I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. Want to drop all these rejections and get everything I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. Want to drop all these rejections and get everything I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. Asked how she dealt with favoritism or the fact that she was replaced by someone else, Divya said, “It seemed that there was a great sense of loss, coming and being rejected or being told over the phone That someone else has been moved in. I have been left out of many movies in the last moments so that hurts because you feel helpless yourself because you know how good you can be in that role. But what I noticed was that my family is very strong. My mother used to ask ‘Why are you upset?’ Then I would say, mother, ‘I have been thrown out of the film, why? I don’t know.’ So she says “Does this stop your life? Life never stops and tomorrow is another day. In fact, it’s weird that people, who have dropped me, have had better roles with me a few years later.” Worked with. There are two options that either happen. Either you bring everyone along. Reject and are affected. Whether it’s actor, technician, writer or whoever, we are sensitive and can get rejection on you. But you still have to think about us: Let people sit on our heads and let it affect you or you can say what I have on hand? Do I have butter chicken or lentils? This is your life and So you have to make what comes your way and there is no other way. So I think I have been that way, I want to give up all these rejections and get the best of what I had .I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave me the X-factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. Used to stay We are sensitive and can get rejection on you. But you still have to think about us: Let people sit on our head and let it affect you or you can say what is in my hand? Do I have butter chicken or lentils? This is your life and therefore you have to create what comes your way and there is no other way. So I feel like I’ve been that way, I want to give up all these rejections and get the best of what I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. We are sensitive and can get rejection on you. But you still have to think about us: Let people sit on our head and let it affect you or you can say what is in my hand? Do I have butter chicken or lentils? This is your life and therefore you have to create what comes your way and there is no other way. So I feel like I’ve been that way, I want to give up all these rejections and get the best of what I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. Want to drop all these rejections and get what I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. Want to drop all these rejections and get everything I had. I never had a writer-supported role, so the roles I played gave her the X-Factor because I was determined because I wanted to tell people about me. So the rejection comes but you take them in your progress and now these have changed especially in the last 7-8 years. I was also less, more deserving, but things slowly changed because people want good actors and there is an audience who wants to see us. ”

Talking about labeling actors in the industry and putting them in parentheses, Divya says, “We live in a male-dominated film scene and the public will ask ‘Who is the hero of Chitra?’ First of all, so this is one aspect that you cannot deny. Having said that, the viewer is still changing. In fact, there is an audience, people who have stories to tell, they want actors, and so one Change is coming so everyone is seeing good roles now. So this is happening where Nenaji (Gupta) and everyone will say that I have been here for years and need courage to say ‘I want work’ and What’s good is that people were really sensitive to it. Sure, somewhere, someone heard and thought why we shouldn’t put Ninaji. So it took a position to bring that change and it worked for him. We live in a ‘herd’ mentality, so we always feel safe and secure about what the herd is doing and there is always a person who says ‘let’s do it this way’. I really respect people. That sets the precedent. These people have really set the example for women and I would say that the films that we call women-oriented films, don’t have them as heroes Yak or hero can have a role, how does it matter as a good film that it is a good film. The fact that the film is Sheer Khurma is liked by everyone ‘how do you become a part of a female-oriented film that has an LGBTQ theme. They are already marketing something that is far from ideal, so you are cutting the reason it is being made for. This is just another film that everyone is eager to see and is a good film. So I think we just need to call them good or bad films and stop labeling them. We do this with actors as well. She is an actress and she is a supporting actress but nothing like this for me because I am an actor. Right now I have 7 films and one of them is the lead role so I should start calling myself a heroine for her. No, I am an actor. I am playing a negative role in one and a comedy role in the other, so I call everyone an actor. Do not give a category for everything. Look at Sanjeev Kumar, he played the role of a father to Jayaji and his hero. They were amazing times. Rakhiji also played the role of a heroine with Amitji and his mother. So he is an actor and suddenly does not become a character actor. I don’t want to jump to classify people and we don’t want to change that gap. So I am really very lucky to break this thing. ”

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