Aditi Rao Hydari explains the tones of misogyny in her film Kaatru Veliyidai

Aditi Rao Hydari has worked in various film industries including Bollywood, Tamil cinema and Tollywood. At the India Today South Conclave 2018, Visakhapatnam, the actress was asked about the tones of misogyny in Mani Ratnam's 'Kaatru Veliyidai'.


Aditi said, "Mani sir's films tend to have mixed responses much like Dil Se. I think it's because it literally peals of many layers and every time you watch it, you find different things in it."
Talking about her character Leela, she said- "I think she is one of the most fearless characters I have played. I think to be vulnerable and stand in front of a person and accept all his flaws is strong."

"She (Leela) is also the same person who says 'I really love you but I can't be with you in this relationship'. A lot of things in the film are just metaphorical,” the actress added.

Aditi Rao made her debut in the Tamil cinema with the film Sringaram but she rose to fame through Kaatru Veliyidai. Though the film did not perform well at the box office, Aditi became a popular face in Tamil Nadu. She also acted in Telugu film Sammohanam, which collected a decent amount at the box office.
The actress will soon be seen in Mysskin's Psycho.

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