Shanvi Srivastava makes an ‘honest’ appeal – The world of cinema has its own secrets apart from all the glitz and glamour, which attracts many talented artists and technicians.
Mumbai: The world of cinema has its own secrets apart from all the glitz and glamour, which attracts many talented artists and technicians. While things are changing for good, but they are still at a snail’s pace.
Artists are often seen expressing displeasure over ‘assurances’ when it comes to work – the huge difference between what one promises at the beginning and the actual outcome in the end.
On several occasions, an actor has opened up on issues like scenes, songs and dialogues being deleted without notice.
On a similar note, a popular actress down south has made an honest appeal to her colleagues, to stay true to work to seek for the best of results than making false assurances.
Actress Shanvi Srivastava, who is currently basking upon the success of ‘Geetha’, has publicly requested her colleagues in the film industry by putting up a humble request on her microblogging sites.
She writes: “Who doesn’t love watching good cinema? Well, we all do! And, who wouldn’t want to make a good cinema for the audience? All it needs is an honest approach irrespective of its outcome. It’s like giving one’s best irrespective of losing or winning a game in a sport. Hence, it’s my humble request, to give importance to what matters most – work ethics, sincerity and honesty towards making a ‘good’ cinema for all”.
She goes on to add that every actor is a part of that film and has to be approached with honesty. The narration has to be exactly the way it is gonna be portrayed on the screen and if any changes made, the actor should be informed.
“An actor understands the need for a cinema and will respect the change if it’s genuine. Misleading an actor is unethical. Further, making it clear that fake assurances, appeasement of any kind and unprofessionalism are a strict no. Let’s give our best to seek for the best”, she wraps up while keeping everyone guessing on what made her convey this ‘honest’ message to all.