Actress Zareen Khan, who confronted bodyshaming after the discharge of her debut movie, the Salman Khan-starrer “Veer” in 2010, claims she was truly told to put on weight for the position by “skilled individuals” who gave her “directions”.
Talking about whether or not the trade judges an actor on the idea of look, Zareen told IANS: “It positively does. I would not say all of it, however a significant part of the trade does. In the start it was actually tough due to the comparability, my weight was virtually a nationwide situation.”
When Zareen made her Bollywood debut reverse Salman in “Veer”, individuals have been fast to discover that she had a passing likeness with Katrina Kaif. Soon, the main focus shifted to her physique kind.
“Everybody was simply speaking about my weight and I could not perceive — why is my weight such a problem, as a result of I was told to put on that weight,” she claimed.
“When I entered the trade, I was like this misplaced little one. I was a 20 or 21-year-old, not as polished because the 20 or 21-year-olds we’ve got now. (I had) Nothing to do with the Bollywood trade and there I was on a movie set with the largest famous person of the nation,” Zareen recalled about starring with Salman.
“When my very first shot occurred I did not even know the place the digicam was. I was that dumb and naive. When I am so inexperienced and I am working with such skilled individuals, they offer you directions. I was supposed to seem like that and I adopted directions, after which when the movie launched it backfired on me. From my seems to be, to my weight to every part, I could not perceive what I did. It was humorous, it was disturbing. There have been too many feelings at one time,” Zareen added.
“It went improper for a while that I did not even have work however this trade has taught me that nothing is everlasting right here. Perceptions change with each movie and nothing ought to be taken to coronary heart,” she summed up.
Zareen was final seen in “Hum Bhi Akele Tum Bhi Akele”, which launched on Zee5 some time again.