Kalki Koechlin: A producer told me that I need to get Botox for my laughter lines

Kalki Koechlin is on the cover of Cosmopolitan India's November issue. The actress talks about Bollywood's obsession with unrealistic standards of beauty in the interview.
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Kalki Koechlin made her debut in the industry with Anurag Kashyap’s Dev D. Since then, the actress has showcased her versatility and acting chops in critically acclaimed films like Margarita with a Straw, Ribbon and Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani among others. Kalki is one of the few actors in the industry who is vocal about her opinions and does not shy away from speaking her mind. The actress is the cover star of Cosmopolitan magazine’s November issue. She looks gorgeous on the cover in a multi-coloured outfit.

Kalki talked about the concept of beauty in the interview with the magazine and said that it is not the looks but the personality that makes someone beautiful. She said, “For me, it has a lot to do with personality. There were a lot of pretty women in cinema around Audrey Hepburn's time, but she stood out because she had a very interesting personality - which went beyond her looks. She did so much for women, for animal rights, for children's education - it's always the personality that comes through and makes one seem beautiful.”

 

She further added that many men and women are unconventionally beautiful but we don’t remember them. She said that she believes what’s inside makes a person beautiful on the outside.

 

Kalki agreed that the film industry is obsessed with standards of beauty that are unrealistic. “I think the glamour industry, all over the world, does portray a version that is 'Photoshopped' - a picture that is not very realistic,” she shared. She revealed that many people have asked her to ‘fix’ her teeth or restructure her jawline. “One producer recently told me that I need to get Botox for my laughter lines-so I'm trying not to laugh so much anymore,” she said.

 

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Anurag Pervert Kashyap’s little ...

Lost all respect for her when she refused to support tanushree

and the movement lost momentum substituting celebrity endorsements for legal action. making statements of support and actually being supportive are not the same thing.

Just ‘laugh lines’ PV, not ‘laughter lines’ lol. Please post :)

Isn’t it the same thing?

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