Sana Khan, who is returning to Tamil films with forthcoming movie Nadigayin Diary, a dubbed Tamil version of Malayalam movie Climax, has said that casting couch exists in film industry. She is starring in the the biopic of yesteryear sex siren Silk Smitha, but the film is not a remake of Vidya Balan's Hindi film The Dirty Picture.
Speaking to a leading daily, Sana Khan has said that casting
couch is prominent in film industry. Those, who do not admit it,
are 'liars' according to her. However, when asked whether she had
such an experience till date, the actress claims that luckily she
has not gone experienced it. The 25-year old strongly adds that she
would not believe in bagging offers through casting couch.
"I am part of the film industry and casting couch is so prominent. If people claim otherwise, then they are 'liars'. But by God's grace, I have never experienced such a thing. I don't believe in getting projects by indulging in the casting couch," The Deccan Chronicle quoted the actress as saying. Continue reading the slideshow to know about her experience in Nadigayin Diary...
Sana Considers Herself Lucky...
Sana Khan considers herself lucky to be reprising the role of
late sex siren Silk Smitha. The actress claims that nobody would
match Silk's charm at least for the next 100 years.
Silambattam's Performace Won Her The Role
She further adds that the makers of Nadigayin Diary had
auditioned several actresses but they zeroed in on her after seeing
her performance in Silambattam.
A Still From Nadigayin Diary
Anthony Eastman, who introduced Silk to the Malayalam film
industry, has written the script for the film. "Based on real
experiences that he shared with the actress, he has penned the
story with lot of detailing and, therefore, it is different from
other versions," the director of the film had said earlier.
Nadigayin Diary, An Emotional Story On Silk
Director Anil claimed and added that it is as an emotional story
based on the controversial life of late actress Silk Smitha and not
dirty. "People have already started to compare the film with
several imaginary stories, including the Hindi film The Dirty
A Pic From Nadigayin Diary
"But it's not like that. It's a true, emotional story of the
rise and fall of an actress. The story is closer to personal life
of Silk Smitha, and it is not dirty," Anil told IANS. The film also
features Baburaj, Suresh Krishna, Nishan and Rajasri Nair.