“We still have a bit of a stereotype…”

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New Delhi:

Singham Actress Kajal Aggarwal recently opened up about how southern filmmakers need to broaden their horizons about the kind of roles they offer married actors. Speaking to Galatta Plus, Kajal said, “We still have a bit of a stereotype, I hope we get rid of it soon. It’s this generation of actors who are married and work after having kids. I don’t think so. It’s a cultural thing, if producers start giving it If you do, I think the audience will accept such (your Sulu) films.

She added, “If we get offers, we will take on more low-key roles, maybe even important roles in films. Things are changing. For example, like Nayantara, I like how she does her filmography. I love her choices. She is an exception and gets these parts on her terms and conditions. So that’s great. But today I am happy to be working at this stage of my life in the industry because I have received kindness and empathy from my directors.”

On the work front, Kajal plays a police officer for the first time in her career in Satyabhama, which is slated to release on June 7. She also stars in Indian 2 opposite Kamal Haasan, Siddharth and Rakul Preet Singh, which is about to release. July 12.

Kajal made her acting debut in Bollywood with a small role in the film Kyun! In 2004 Ho Gaya Na… and in 2007 her Tollwood film Nandamuri Kalyan Ram’s Lakshmi Kalyanam.

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