Esha Gupta: In US people feel I’m a South American until I introduce myself as a Bollywood actress


Talking about the initiative, she said, “I always talk politically incorrect rather than being politically correct. The 31-year-old was recently seen in Baadshaho is known for her bold photoshoot and ‘don’t mess with me’ attitude. Now we are living in war-torn world where people are fighting for land, but it’s a really nice thing that India and America are coming together. Esha was present at Namaste America, an Indo-American association for art and culture initiative, on Wednesday in Mumbai. I am happy that India is taking a step forward on that front.”
Talking about the Hollywood-Bollywood connection, Esha said, “Now Indians are also taking their films to America and, after Hollywood, people recognize Bollywood as a popular film industry in the world. “Whenever I go there, people feel that I am South American but when I introduce myself as a Bollywood actress, they are amazed. “In times where people are talking about building walls, America and India are forming a relationship. 2017-11-09T17:09:22+00:00″>
Published:November 9, 2017 5:09 pm

Esha Gupta attended the Namaste America event in Mumbai. So it’s not that only Hollywood is coming to India, but Bollywood is also going places.”

Was an honour http://t.co/KOiaRZLXxI
— Esha Gupta (@eshagupta2811) November 8, 2017
Asked about what she likes about the US, she said, “America is great in their food and education… I feel people are really nice and warm, at least those with whom I have interacted.”
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