After the scathing remarks by actor Naseeruddin Shah about the Bollywood film industry it was the turn of actress Dia Mirza to take a harsh look at the industry that made her a household name.
The actress who made her debut with Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein in 2001, feels that talent is not valued in the Indian film industry.
“There is no value of talent in Bollywood. One gets a job due to profiling. To hit or being flop of films is the base of your report card. And, when it’s the base for the industry, then it’s quite impossible to reach the goal,” she told in an interview.
The 34-year-old actor, while speaking about her upcoming Indo-Iranian movie Salaam Mumbai, said “This is for the first time that India and Iran are jointly making a film.”
She even gushed about the love and appreciation she received from the people of Iran during the shooting of her film. – CINEWS