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Ayesha: Marriage doesn't mean taking a back seat

December 18, 2010 11:15:44 AM IST
Ruhail Amin, Glamsham Editorial
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Though many of the Bollywood heroines have witnessed the cruel reality of marriages playing havoc with their careers, actress Ayesha Takia begs to differ.

Ever since her marriage to Farhan Azmi, Ayesha has not put her career on the back burner. In fact she is considering doing more films than before.

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In Ayesha Takia's opinion, Bollywood producers have been unfair with married heroines. Be that Madhuri or Kajol or anyone else. Married heroines have not been as acceptable as married Bollywood heroes are. According to her this fact remains one of the ugliest truths of B-Town.

Says Ayesha, "I really don't know the reason, but I strongly feel that its a very backward concept. It's very backward to think about a married actress that she should stop living and just sit at home. Most of the male actors are married and managing their families and work together so efficiently. In today's times, it's ridiculous to think that women should take a backseat the moment they get married."

Well, looks like Ayesha is not interested in falling a victim to this trend.


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