Mumbai: Sameera Reddy, the steamy beauty of south and Bollywood, has admitted in an interview that casting couch does exist in the entertainment industries of India. She goes on saying that you cannot deny it at all since the presence of this evil exists in wider range.
Sameera, who shot to big fame with the film ‘Musafir’ in Bollywood, left the Hindi film industry since she could not make any mark there and turned her face down south where she grabbed the biggest fame. She is the leading and among the top notch actresses of the regional cinema. Even now her movies of south are remade in Bollywood. This is a big honor for the actress who is quite proud of it.
Her latest Bollywood flick is Priyadarshan’s upcoming Tezz that stars Ajay Devgan, Anil Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut along with her. Sameera plays the leading role of antagonist in the movie. In this flick, Sameera’s character is who drives the heavy bikes and she had to undergo extensive training sessions for driving bikes. She admits that she is the one lass who does not know how to drive scooty but in Tezz, she had to drive the heavy bikes.
Sameera also reveals that in the flick, body doubles were rarely used and even for her own stunts, she did by herself.
Reddy admits the fact that south has been much kind to her and given her the mammoth fame which she could not get from Bollywood. She is proud of working with the giants of south cinema such as Surya, Charanjevi, Mohanlal and others.
About casting couch in the entertainment industries, she says that they exist but as the clap needs two hands to be done, the same is the case with casting couch.
Let’s wait for the movie’s release and see how brilliantly this babe has performed in it.
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