Konkona won’t talk about her per­sonal life

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - An­juri Na­yar Singh

While celebs of­ten com­plain about end­less spec­u­la­tion be­ing the down­side of a public fig­ure’s life, Konkona Sen Sharma is not one to get bogged down by ru­mours. The ac­tor be­lieves that ig­nor­ing the grapevine is the best pol­icy. The 35-year-old, who was ru­moured to have hit a rocky patch with hus­band, ac­tor Ran­vir Shorey, says that she will never try to clar­ify her stand. “I al­ways ig­nore news re­lated to my pri­vate life. Peo­ple can say what they want. I don’t get both­ered. I will not say any­thing about my per­sonal life,” says Konkona.

The ac­tor, who has up to three films re­leas­ing this year, says that she is also work­ing on a script. “I have writ­ten a film and I will di­rect it soon,” she says.

Konkona be­lieves that Bol­ly­wood must come up with more women-cen­tric films. “Ev­ery time a few women-cen­tric films are made, peo­ple think that’s enough. But that is not the case. Many more such films need to be made. They re­main an ex­cep­tion rather than the rule. The in­dus­try is ruled by men. They walk away with the best roles as well as the money,” she says.

Konkona fur­ther adds that she would love to play a man in a film. “It would be in­ter­est­ing to play the role of a man. Of course, the role will be bet­ter, plus it will be very dif­fer­ent than what I have done be­fore,” says the ac­tor, who will be seen in a biopic on free­dom fighter Gour Hari Das.


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