Performing artist Padmapriya has dropped a stunner by expressing that newcomers as well as even settled on-screen character in the film industry get the ‘sex-for-movies’ offer every once in a while.
The Pokkisham, Thavamai Thavamirindhu, Mirugam and Saththam Podathay performing artist, who romanced on-screen character Arya in Vishnuvarhan’s Pattiyal, is presently married and back in Mollywood to attempt and get a couple of film offers. It might be noticed that Padmapriya whined against director Samy for slapping her amid the making of Mirugam and guaranteed that the director was rebuffed for his demonstration of hitting her.
She acted in a couple of Malayalam films including Crossroad, a Hindi film titled Chief and a Tamil film titled Sivaranjaniyum Innum Sila Pengalum (which hasn’t yet discharged). The performing artist was addressing newsmen as of late when she made dropped the previously mentioned sensation.
“An on-screen character gets a plum part in a film just in the event that she “adjusts” to the sexual dreams of the movie producers; no on-screen character with sense of pride would consent to such offers. Not just debutant performing artists, set up on-screen characters excessively get the ‘sex-for-movies’ offer; the individuals who need to manage themselves in the film industry ‘take up’ those offers while others don’t. Achievement is not ensured, in any case, for those performing artists who ‘take up’ the offer.
“I have been sidelined simply because I talked strikingly about these issues. To the extent I’m concerned, I consent to star in a film just if the content sounds pleasant. Movie producers know that they don’t would anything aside from acting from me when they sign me up to star in their movies,” says Padmapriya, with a wry grin.