Prachi Desai recently unveiled the hooded face of Bollywood once again. She has spoken about how she became a victim of the casting couch.
Prachi Desai, who made a name for herself in Bollywood with a few films, is back in the headlines. She has once again removed the mask from the dark face of Bollywood through her statement. Prachi Desai has admitted that she, too, has been a victim of the Bollywood casting couch.
Compromise must be done for large roles
Prachi Desai is one of the actresses who has coined her acting on the small screen as well as on the big screen. But according to Prachi, this journey was not easy for her. Prachi has explained how a big director asked her to compromise.
In a recent interview, Prachi Desai revealed that she faced a casting couch when she moved to Bollywood after a successful career on television. She said that she was forced to make concessions in order to get a part in the big film. Prachi, on the other hand, had flatly declined the director’s bid. She also said that the director continued to try to reach her after she declined. Prachi, on the other hand, was adamant about her point.
Such is the journey of Bollywood
Prachi Desai got recognition and fame from Farhan Akhtar’s 2008 film ‘Rock On’. She was then seen in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, Bol Bachchan and Azhar. Prachi Desai recently played the role of a police officer in the film ‘Silence: Can You Here It’. Apart from Prachi Desai, the film starred Manoj Bajpayee, Arjun Mathur and Sahil Vaidya. The film was released on OTT platform G5.