Kriti Sanon criticizes male actors for turning down small roles; recognizes Shah Rukh Khan's impact in 'Dear Zindagi' | Hindi Movie News

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Kriti Sanon recently sat down to discuss his experiences working with Kareena Kapoor and Tabu, as well as gender disparities in Bollywood. In the interview, she did not hesitate to criticize the producers and male actors.
Kriti Sanon criticized male actors for turning down small but impactful roles in women-led projects. “Actresses have often supported many films in which they agree to play small but impactful roles, but not many male actors do the same,” the actress told Zoom, adding: “There are times when the impact of the female character is perhaps of 60 percent. and the male part is about 40 percent in the script, the male co-star says “Isko flip kar de?”
However, Kriti gave credit where credit was due! The National Award-winning actress praised Shah Rukh Khan for being one of the few male superstars who embraced such roles. “Shah Rukh Khan has done a smaller but impactful role in Dear Zindagi and he brought a lot of gravitas to that role.”
Shah Rukh Khan played a psychologist in the 2016 film 'Dear Zindagi', where the main focus remained on Alia BhattCharacter.
Kriti Sanon is currently enjoying the success of her films 'Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya' and 'Crew', both performing exceptionally well at the box office. Additionally, the actress, who recently launched her own production company, Blue Butterfly Films, will produce and star in the company's first film titled 'Do Patti'. This mystery film, which is scheduled to release on OTT, will also star Kajol.

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