Vikrant Massey is one of the finest actors of Tinsel Town. His journey from the small screen to the big screen has been incredible and with every performance he has proved that he is here to stay. He has garnered a massive fan base with his acting chops. Recently, many Bollywood actresses have spoken about the pay gap in the film industry. In a recent interview, Vikrant talked about pay disparity.
Vikrant shared screen space with Deepika in Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak. The actor discussed the box office failure of the film and admitted that despite its poor performance, he is still proud of it. He also shared that he believed that the performance of Chhapaak was influenced by political factors. Talking about the pay disparity, she told ETimes, “Bahar ke jo so-called ‘A-listers’ woh woh bhi are doing films on the platform. Our ‘so-called A-listers’ woh yahan ke, superstars woh, pichle 15 -Working on TV for 20 years. Most of my female co-stars are paid more than me, I’ve never made a fuss about it. My large body of work doesn’t pay me that much as you know, Deepika PadukoneAbsolutely.”
Vikrant further added, “I feel comfortable doing things on social media that I feel about, or strongly about… There have been days when I have not spoken about myself, my family, my wife. Made some comments about… for the heart and I couldn’t sleep that day.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, Vikrant Massey was last seen in Gaslight Sara Ali Khan and Chitrangada Singh. The film was recently released on Disney+ Hotstar. Couldn’t impress the audience. Now, the actor has the sequel of his crime thriller Haseen Dilruba opposite Taapsee Pannu in his kitty.
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