Asha Parekh: I don’t like social media, there’s too much of exposure of today’s stars

Veteran actress Asha Parekh is not on social media because she is not highly respected by the media

Veteran actress Asha Parekh is not on social media because she is not highly respected by the media. “I don’t like it and I don’t want to experiment,” says Padma Shri. Asked if the excessive consumption of social media and telling fans everything they do can jeopardize the popularity of movie stars, Parekh agrees: If you don’t see much in public, people will be curious to know about you.

Speaking of past stars and a lot of the present, grace is a trait that has been associated with many past female actors, Parekh being one of them. But today’s leading ladies are criticized for missing that kind of charm. “It’s not the grace that is missing in these girls. I think they are not innovative enough. For example, if they dress differently than others, not everyone will look the same, ”says Parekh, who recently attended the Sinatakis Film Festival in Mumbai.

A veteran who is “passionate about films” and who wants to work more, people enjoy the fact that people still praise her and her peers for the way they have done in the past. “It’s very exciting, I’m very happy about it. I think people will remember me and like me as long as I live,” says the 79-year-old, who has several classics to his credit, including Teasri Manzil (1966), Kati Patang (1971) and Include Caravan (1971) and others.

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