Ludhiana: Bollywood actor Salman Khan, really respects women on-screen and off-screen. He is a blunt and clean hearted actor and speaks straight from the heart, that’s why he expresses his feelings without going deep into the meaning of his words. This was stated by model Aparajita Sharma, who was among top ten models participated in the Femina Miss India 2011. It may be mentioned here that Actor Salman Khan’s statement comparing himself to a “raped woman” had recently sparked a controversy.
Aparajita was in the city on Thursday as a show stopper and walked on the ramp by wearing the designer dress of Amit Kashyap, in the fashion show here. She marked the opening of this fashion show, which was organised by the Maheswari Group. She said, “I think till date, he has done so much for poor and the best example is ‘Being Human’ foundation. He has not even done any kind of gaudy scenes with her female co-stars. So if a man is respecting a woman on-screen, then it’s obvious that he is maintaining the same image, off-screen as well.
There should be no interrogation over his intentions as he is well known for his good deeds.” She further added that people, especially the youngsters should adopt positive aspects from his personality and should follow them in their life. A die-hard fan of Shahrukh Khan otherwise, Aparajita said, “I am a die-hard fan of Sharukh and have filled buckets with the tears for him if anything goes against him. He is good person and orator with whom I can talk and spend hours while talking. I would love to work with him if I will get a chance to do so in any movie or fashion show with him in my life.”
Moving from Khan, to her own aspirations about Bollywood, she said, “Everyone has a dream to work in Bollywood and I am also one of them. I love to be a part of Bollywood but I never tried and struggled there yet, as I am pursuing graduation in Architecture. If I got a chance, I would really go for it, but presently I am getting so many modeling assignments by staying at my home only.” The model who hails from Chandigarh wants to do something for the grooming and personality development of the girls.
Aparajita said, “On our fashion industry, we can adopt many professions from choreography to main stream. But in Delhi and Mumbai market of models, an experienced one felt that the Northern girls are no doubt pretty, but they need grooming for a month or two. So, I feel that small town girls should not be considered less than any other state girl in the country in the field of fashion or Bollywood. Soon after my graduation, I will definitely think something for those girls also.”
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