Malaika Arora on the changes in the industry after the Me Too movement: Item songs are being done away with

Malaika who recently turned 46 years old said that this is the best time to be in the business. Women in the post-40 phase have so many options to explore because suddenly, there is no limit to what a woman actor can do.
Malaika Arora on the changes in the industry after the Me Too movement: Item songs are being done away withMalaika Arora on the changes in the industry after the Me Too movement: Item songs are being done away with
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It has been a long time since Malaika Arora was seen in a Bollywood film but the actress has kept herself busy with her own Yoga chain and a fashion line. The diva has been time and again spotted outside her gym or yoga class. But now the actress reveals that she wants to get into production. The actress told BT that she would definitely want to produce some films and shows under her banner. There is so much content available today and the variety is so good. Across platforms, there is so much to consume. Malaika would not mind producing a mini-series or a short film or something that excites her as a person. It may not be an immediate thing but a lot of ideas have been pitched to her and she is in that phase when she is taking her time to think.

Malaika who recently turned 46 years old said that this is the best time to be in the business. Women in the post-40 phase have so many options to explore because suddenly, there is no limit to what a woman actor can do. The same woman was considered redundant in business once upon a time. Today, she is a lot freer and is possibly ready to experience the best phase of her work life. Talking about the #MeToo movement changing the mindset of women at wor, Malaika said that there is so much changing. There is a healthy conversation around the need for a safer environment for women, the pay parity they face and so much more. 

The Chhaiya Chhaiya actress said that lately, a lot of male actors have spoken on the need for women to get paid as well as them. What is also changing is that item songs are being done away with. These are all steps being taken in the right direction to make women feel more powerful. The way the shows and films have women playing such powerful roles is a sign. Male stars have long enjoyed the demi-god status; the girls today are shining and killing it, too. On the work front, Malaika hasn't signed any film yet. 

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