Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar says that work should be done in the industry to end discrimination on the basis of gender. Shriya, who is seen in ‘Hathi Mere Saathi’, says that she has heard actresses discussing the issue that the hero is paid as much money for a film as the full budget of the heroine-centric film.
He told the media, “I have heard the conversations of big actresses that the salary of male actors is paid as much as the budget of their entire film was.”
Shriya says that even if you do not know how much your co-actor is earning, but you can estimate it based on the progress of the film.
She goes on to say, “I don’t know how much money my co-actors get, but it is known. On a personal level, I have decided to make a good deal based on my abilities. I feel that my It is important to stand up. When people take a stand for themselves over time, things will get better. Still we need to understand on a personal level that if we do not value ourselves, no one else will give. ”
Shriya has been seen in films like ‘House arrest’ and ‘Fan’. Apart from this, she has also appeared in shows like ‘The Gone Game’, ‘Crackdown’, ‘Beecham House’ and ‘Mizarpur’.