Urvashi Rautela, the lead actress of the recently released movie ‘Hate Story IV’ has been making news ever since the first look of the Indian thriller film came out. However, the actress recently spoke on the controversies surrounding the film.
‘Hate Story 4’ hit the theaters yesterday and the heroine of the film, Urvashi spoke to the media about how excited and nervous she is feeling on her movie’s release. The ‘Kaabil’ actress also shared how she felt post receiving the negative feedback and death threats on one dialogue from the movie.The death threats came after one dialogue that was also a part of the trailer in which Urvashi was seen comparing her character with the Hindu Goddess ‘Draupati’.
Urvashi went out and even compared her situation to the Deepika and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s one when they received death threats amid the ‘Padmaavat’ controversy. “I was shocked and speechless when I started receiving death threats. I felt vulnerable. It [receiving death threats] has been happening quite often these days, especially in our industry. First, it happened with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmaavat’, and now with our film. People need to understand that whatever they see us saying on screen, we are not doing it on our own. There are dialogue writers for a movie, there is a script to be followed… whatever my character says is not a reflection on my personal opinion or principles in life. However, we, as a team, don’t mean to hurt anyone’s sentiments. I value our holy books and epics,” Indian media quoted the actress.
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