Most of the film industries in India are male-dominated and many female filmmakers and actresses are very upset with it. Recently, producer Neelima Tirumalasetti had condemned the patriarchy in Tollywood. Just a couple of days after her outburst, another actress has raised her voice against the chauvinism in the film industry. She is none other than budding star Isha Talwar, who feels that at least once in a while the films from a woman's perspective should hit the screens.
TV star Isha Talwar, who started her filmy career with Hindi movie Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai, is currently busy working in several South Indian projects. Talking to IANS, the actress said, "Once in a while it would be interesting to see a stimulating story from women's perspective. I'm sure stories narrated from a woman's standpoint will be a different experience for the audiences."
However, Isha Talwar believes that it is the story that makes any film worth watching. "Subject is the king. It doesn't matter if you plan to narrate a story from women's or a man's perspective, but eventually the success of a film relies on its story. A man or woman won't matter if you don't have a good story to tell," the actress added.
Isha Talwar has scored back-to-back hits with Telugu movie Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde and Tamil film Thillu Mullu. Now, the actress is set to start shooting for Malayalam drama Balyakalasakhi.