'Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana' actress Anangsha Biswas talks about mockery and flattery in Bollywood

When it comes to the mainstream Bollywood , nudity may continue to be a no-no for a while. However, when it comes to women doing more hazardous scenes, most people are opening up. This has been the case for decades. Isn't that strange? The first kiss in Bollywood, we only recall the actress, not the actor? Actress Anangsha Biswas He shared his concern about this injustice and how misogynistic ideology continues to grow among viewers.

The actress made headlines for her bold scenes in a popular series and now, after receiving the great response from her short film 'Pratibimb: A Reflection', she shared her views on the matter. Anangsha said: It is important to remember that when we strive to demonstrate change in our culture, our own terminology regarding women performing and bold scenes still represents our current mindset. They are talked about, they are accused and they are accused of disrespecting Indian culture, and therefore, the image of a perfect Indian woman is preserved. That's where the inherent and static conviction lies.

He also added that mockery and flattery are not taken seriously, but that gender bias is something he would like to make a positive change for.

On the professional front, Anangsha started as a theater artist. Later, she appeared in movies like ' Benny and Babloo 'Y' Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana '. The actress rose to fame after playing the role of Zarina in 'Mirzapur' and will soon be seen again in ' Mirzapur 2'.