“Girls play for a living, but there is no respect”


Television actress Shruti Sharma opens up on dancers | Photo credit: Instagram


  • Shruti Sharma stars as local dancer in Namak Issk Ka series
  • In an exclusive interview with Times Now Digital, the actress commented on the situation of dancers in Indian society
  • Shruti said: “Girls play for a living, but there is no respect”

TV actress Shruti Sharma stars in Namak Issk Ka. She tries out the role of a dancer named Chamcham rani. She made the headlines because of her character as a local dancer. The plot of the story revolves around a dancer, who is despised for her profession but who is married into a famous family due to her fate. Shruti and Aditya Ojha are in the lead roles. The fictional drama is produced by Gul Khan and Dipti Kalwani.

During an exclusive interview with Time now digital, Shruti spoke about how dancers have to struggle in the industry. She feels that women perform for a living, but are not respected.

“Some girls perform in front of men, to make a living and people take advantage of it. They don’t want to respect them as an artist. It happens in our country. It’s all about the money. If you dance on it. a stage with lights, the camera and the judges are seated in front, you are a star. If you play in a small village, in front of a real audience without a camera then you are forbidden to be a nice bahu. I went to the Siddhivinayak temple a few days We were standing in the queue. A boy was sitting next to us. While I was doing this show, mera dhyan gayaa on his phone. I saw he was watching a video of a dancer playing somewhere. It was live and he was on live video, “Shruti said.

The actress then spoke about her role and the show and said that she was offered the show because she can dance. She found the series during lockdown. “After Nazar finished, I found the show virtually. The show was postponed for some reason and that’s why I did it Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka“, she said.

Speaking about her role, Shruti said, “I love dancing and it’s not a challenge for me. Dealing with comedy and dancing on the same day was a challenge. When you have to dance and perform an intense scene. for 6 to 8 hours you will be exhausted and tired. You will have to get emotional and look great in front of the camera. That is the hard part. I love my job and I enjoy it “.

Shruti also believes that today’s soap operas cover a variety of topics about “stubborn women” and thinks Bollywood is all about heroes.

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