She may not be the most popular actress out there, but in the land of Indian cinema she is certainly one of the most respected actresses. Her movies are always packed with interesting twists, she’s a very fun person to be around, and she has a great sense of humor.
In an interview with CNN, she talked about the death of her husband, Vijay, who fell off his horse and apparently died from a heart attack. She was so shocked by this that she thought about taking him to a doctor, but she found it was too painful and she went to sleep.
The sad thing is that this is the same actress who has been quite outspoken about the death of her friend Dushyant, who was killed during a shooting in his home. Her friend was one of the people who was killed and Dushyant was actually injured in the shooting. The incident caused a lot of controversy, and her movie, which was supposed to be a tribute to her friend, turned out to be a dark look at the whole incident.
I’m not sure how to feel about that. Even in the most well-intentioned of fan-based “tribute” movies one can still find a lot of racism and misogyny. Is it possible that the director and producer of this one got their hands on a few of the footage of the shooting and decided to make an effort to make it look as horrible as possible to their fans? I have no idea.
The issue with making a movie with a black actress is that sometimes the director and producer decide they’ve had enough of the backlash the movie’s already gotten. Even if the director and producer are just doing their job and making what they believe to be a fair movie, there’s always the chance that they will be criticized for it. As is always the case, the backlash will be the true measure of whether or not it’s a good movie.
Yes, I know the only reason why we have female directors is because the director wants more women in the movies. But at the very least it shows that the director is more aware of the fact that the movie is not going to get any more positive feedback if the actress is black.
The problem is that too many women are so wrapped up in their roles that they lose sight of the fact that the movie has to be about them. The director may not feel they should be in the movie for the right reasons, so they choose to make it about the actor.
The problem is that it doesn’t matter. If the character’s performance is stellar, then at least they’re in the movie. If the character’s performance is not stellar, then there’s no reason for them to be in the movie.
I’d like to see a lot of women in movies. It’s just a fact. People are just so focused on the story that they’re blind to the actors.
Poorna was one of the best actresses of the 90s, but in her case the movie was not even directed by her, so I think she is right. The reason she was in the movie, and not the director, is that the story is about her, not the actor. Poorna has a very unique, and in my opinion brilliant performance. She is a very complex, and compelling character, and it shows the way the audience should look at her character in the story.