Swara Bhasker alluded to herself as a better and more capable performer. But despite having a better track record than other actors, there had been a shortage of ‘good opportunities.
Shortage of ‘good opportunities’
Bollywood actress Swara Bhasker is known for her blunt comments on various issues. She has been featured in various hit films like Tanu Weds Manu, Raanjhanaa, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, and many more. The actress in a recent interview said that she has been featured in various Blockbuster films but she did not get enough work.
Swara Bhasker speaking about her career and films said, “I’ve chosen consciously to put at risk the thing that is most dear to me, and that is my work. And the cost has been huge and it’s been personal and emotional in the sense that I don’t get to do the thing that I love doing, which is acting. I don’t get to do it enough.”
She further said, “I’m a far better actor and a far more competent, and effective actor than the opportunities that come my way. I have a far better track record in terms of my career. I’ve been part of six or seven blockbuster films and like a whole bunch of web series [and] shows, led them. I’ve never had bad reviews pretty much. There shouldn’t be a reason for me to feel like I don’t get enough work but clearly, I don’t.”
Choose to speak out against the power
The 34-year-old also said that she the best example of why people in Bollywood choose not to speak out against the power.
She says, “We are living in a time where people who don’t toe the line will be discredited in any way possible. It has been happening to me for eight years. I am called names by those sitting in positions of power. There will always be an attempt to discredit people who question power. The fear which grips our country is most evident in Bollywood,” reported TOI.
Recently she joined Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain on Thursday (December 1). Bhaskar has shared a photo with the Congress leader.
On the work front, Swara Bhaskar will be next seen in Mimamsa, a murder mystery. She is also working on the play Mrs. Falani, which focuses on women.