“There are thousands of young ladies out there staying in hotels as pr@stitutes, they sell their body to earn a living. Yet, nobody is tormenting them. Acting to me is as decent as one can think of, some people prefer to be lawyers, journalists, administrators, politicians, labourers, fishermen and women, pr@stitutes, gamblers and the rest, we choose to act, so people should give us break,” she fumed.
The fast-rising Kannywood actress, added that she wishes to get hooked to a man she can call her husband, but that her fear is not falling into the hands of a wrong man.
In an interview, the actress, who has featured in over 30 movies, said she does not want a man who will deceive her into marriage and dump her like other actresses.
“If you want to be my lover, don’t deceive me, tell me in black and white that you are poor or rich, I will welcome you,” she said in the interview.