‘Innocence has died in Bollywood’, says Amrita Rao

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Actress Amrita Rao who made her screen debut in ‘Ab Ke Baras’ in 2002, for which she was nominated for the Filmfare Best Female Debut Award in 2003.

One of her most popular roles was in the romance film Vivah in 2006.

Amrita who is a brand ambassador for a clothing brand.

She says, “I have always been very choosy. I am very particular about banners and filmmakers. Everything has to be top-of-the-line; I have never compromised on that.”

She further adds, “I have never been in a race where I would do anything to be here. That’s a lethal mindset with which girls enter the film industry. I have refused to do plenty of films since there are some scenes that I am not comfortable doing on screen.”

The actress, who was noticed for her performance in the 2003 film Ishq Vishk, claims the innocence factor is missing in today’s romance.

“There is no Ishq Vishk romance anymore. There are no such films anymore. Today, you see the boy and girl wake up in bed together. Innocence has died in Bollywood,” she added.–CINEWS

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