Renee not okay with stereotypes
Reality TV star Renee Dhyani (right) hasn’t even started her showbiz career properly, and she is already battling stereotyping. “It’s funny how quickly people tend to stereotype others. After I came out of the Bigg Boss house, I have been getting a lot of offers. But mostly, all the roles that I get offered want me to be a vamp,” says Renee.
“I feel it could be because I am a little outspoken and that might have come across on Bigg Boss too. Or it could also be an extension of the image from the other reality show I did for a youth channel a while back,” says Renee, adding, “Whatsoever, I am not ready to give in.”
Explaining her point of view, Renee says, “I don’t have a problem being a vamp onscreen, but I don’t want to play a woman who is out there to scheme and ruin lives. I am totally okay playing a character with negative shades, but the thing with TV is that they present one woman as an absolutely negative person while the other holier-than-thou,” she says.
“But I will take up a film with that kind of role because movies have better developed characters and are not one-dimensional,” says the Delhi girl, who is in the city on a break.
“I am in the Capital for a fortnight. There is nothing like sleeping in my father’s lap and eating from my mom’s hands. The weather is lovely, it’s very pleasant. And my sister and I have been going shopping everyday,” says Renee, adding, “And I also got a chance to talk to my parents about Lalit (actor Lalit Bisht, who she is dating). My parents are happy that I am happy with him, and they like the guy already.”