Life in the film industry has its ups and downs. At first you enter as a new comer, well that's only if you get a chance or you have close relatives who envy your looks, or because your dad or mom were ex-stars. The film industry for women, has become a market place of uncertain prodigies. The havoc created in modern cinema is mean, cruel and unrealistic. Cinemas today run totally around the woman, mainly the actress: the way she dresses, moves her hips, shows her cleavage and you know the rest. Why only cinema, just take a look at any of the advertisements seen on the television, do they make any sense? The funny thing is that even for a small ad, a woman has to set a part of her modesty apart. What is happening to us? Why are people changing like this?
Just imagine 5 or 10 or 15 years from now, your kid who is watching television happens to see a "scene" and asks you what a particular word means; You know the word is inappropriate for the child, but how do you convince him/her to let it go? This problem will get even more serious with the advent of latest technological advancements as kids who were being given their daily dose of play-stations and X-boxes today, will soon replace them with the latest smart-phones and the unlimited knowledge from the vast cloud we call the internet.
Arriving back to my point, let me ask you: Who is a real actress? According to my knowledge and experience (well i have got some first hand info: it doesn't make me a paparazzi though), the actress is someone who portrays the real life of a woman in the situation given to her in the story. The story as we all know gets more twisted (thanks to all those crazy script writers and directors who keep thinking how to make 'this' sound like 'that' without loosing it's essence) with its scenes, songs and stunts. But is all this affecting the life of the woman inside the actress?
As we all know, modern era is filled with corruption and crime, and there is no limit to the amount of stories that build up around a person. Consider an actress who has acted in a recent super-hit movie; would she be left to walk alone on a street without someone taking a picture of her or commenting on her attire? The answer is unfortunately, NO.