Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Swara Bhaskar Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
Frankly, Indian women inherit this collective cultural unconscious – this sense of guilt, shame, and dishonour. I think Indian girls need to become shameless and a little selfish, too.
I am an extremely laidback person when it comes to ‘looking hot.’
Honestly, and seriously, I know I have to do a Telugu film. It was my grandmother’s dream to see me in a Telugu film before she died. I couldn’t fulfil her dream before she passed away, but I don’t want to let go of it, either.
I was an avid reader as a child. I am losing that habit now, as my brain congeals into cabbage from wearing too many heels and too much foundation.
Bottom line is, off-beat film or commercial films, Tollywood or Bollywood, it’s the role that matters to me.
I was an avid ‘Chitrahaar’ and ‘Superhit Muqqabala’ watcher. We did not have cable TV for a long time, so that was my only source of entertainment growing up. My great fantasy was to be in ‘Chitrahaar!’
I feel that where I came from made me the actor that I am, and I wouldn’t want to trade that with anything else.
There have been instances when people have told me that I look too intelligent to be an actress.
I feel glamour has a legit place on the ramp and in the fashion world. In films, glamour has to service the story.
Remember that you have to be happy to make other people happy. Don’t get weighed down by duty, guilt, and responsibility all the time.
I am a greedy, selfish actor, and for me, my role is important.
When I grew up, I realised what an amazing thing my parents did. It was such a big deal for my mom, a middle class woman, to decide to leave her children and husband to go and do her Ph.D. for three years. And my dad, who is even more middle class, a traditional South Indian, to let his wife do that.
Bollywood, as an industry, is based on relationships. It has always been star-driven, and it has an element of feudalism.
All my life I have faced this awkwardness, as I almost sound like a guy. In fact, whenever I would call my friends, their dads would say, ‘Hold on son.’
When I came to Mumbai, I didn’t know a soul. The only person I knew was an assistant director, which, everyone agrees, is the lowest form of life on the set. So, it was not a great contact to have. So, I knew from day one that I wasn’t going to be launched opposite a superstar.
I’m a typical Delhi girl. Professional parents, nuclear family. My father was in the navy. I’ve spent my whole life in government accommodation, and it’s been lovely.
Somewhere, the audience relates to my characters and their vulnerability. I believe they see themselves in me.
In India, thousands of people want to be in the movies because Bollywood plays such a huge role in our lives.
I was once caught climbing out of the classroom window while bunking a class. I lied that I had to go to the bathroom and the exit was crowded. The principal believed me.
In the industry, I am judged by what I wear. If I want to be taken seriously, I have to hire a team of stylists. It’s an occupational hazard. But it’s not as though I am any less of a feminist.
You have to look beyond your known limited experience. Politics should be based on compassion.
I never saw myself as a character actor or a lead actor; I’ve only seen myself as just an actor.
I’ve been propositioned by men who were in a position to cast me. I lost a few roles because I didn’t give in.
Politics should come from human stories.
I am a self-destructive idiot.