Mumbai: Actress Surveen Chawla who surprised everyone by unveiling her married status after keeping it under the wrap for two years, says she in a way, purposefully did that to break the myth of married women in the entertainment industry. She believes that marital status of a woman can never affect her beauty and professionalism.
Asked what made her keep the marriage as a secret affair, Surveen replied, “Well, I wanted to break the myth and I wanted to take time to be prepared about saying it. Being a part of this (entertainment) industry, we are conditioned in a certain way. Now you guys tell me, in two years when you people have seen me, have you find any difference?”
“I strongly believe that being married has nothing to do with my profession. It does not make me less beautiful, less charming or sexy. Being married does not make me a less artiste or a professional. I am an entertainer; I will entertain you, irrespective of my marital status. That should matter,” she added.
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