Mumbai. The film world has updated a lot with time. All kinds of facilities are available on film sets. But there was a time when even basic facilities were not available on the sets. Because of this, a lot of trouble had to be faced, especially the female actresses. In the past, Jaya Bachchan had spoken about this, now talented actress Renuka Shahane has also told the truth about it. According to Renuka, washrooms were the biggest problem in the 90s.
Renuka Shahane has done many great films. She got the most fame during the film ‘Hum Aapke Hain Kaun’, when she came on screen as Salman Khan’s sister-in-law and Madhuri Dixit’s sister. Dusky face and million dollar smile had won everyone’s heart. Recently, Renuka talked about the problems of the 90s during a conversation with Pinkvilla.
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According to Renuka Shahane, now times have changed a lot and there are no such problems as they used to be in the olden days. Renuka said, ‘In the 90s, female actresses were expected to be professional and keep quiet about poor working conditions. When we used to work in the 90s, there were no separate washrooms for women and no one paid attention to it. We had to use common washroom. To avoid this situation, actresses used to drink less water to avoid going to the dirty washroom. Even Madhuri Dixit has faced these problems. Actually, tolerance was taken for granted and it was expected to continue working in every situation, which was very wrong.
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Significantly, a few days ago Jaya Bachchan had also spoken on a similar problem. He had told that during outdoor shooting, napkins had to be changed by going behind the bushes. Due to lack of washroom, actresses had to face a lot of problems.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : March 03, 2023, 08:26 IST