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Showbiz is hero-driven, says Shweta Tripathi

Showbiz is hero-driven, says Shweta Tripathi
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Actress Shweta Tripathi, who finds showbiz "hero-driven", says writing good roles for women is the first step towards gender equality. "Gender equality will happen when the roles are also equal. There is no point fighting for things when you don't have a standing as your co-actor," Shweta told IANS.

Actress Shweta Tripathi, who finds showbiz "hero-driven", says writing good roles for women is the first step towards gender equality. "Gender equality will happen when the roles are also equal. There is no point fighting for things when you don't have a standing as your co-actor," Shweta told IANS.

"And we are very hero-driven society... Once that changes, we can expect gender equality and other changes. Pay should be decided based on the role in the project... It is getting better now," she added.

From 'Masaan', 'Haraamkhor', 'Zoo', 'Mirzapur' to 'Gone Kesh' that dealt with alopecia -- Shweta has stepped into a different zone with each project. She is getting lauded for essaying Dr. Shreya in Amazon Prime Video's "Laakhon Mein Ek Season 2" with conviction. The show exposes the dark underbelly of the medical world -- be it black marketing of medicines or the inefficiency of the system as a whole.

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