Actress Sofia Hayat, who was once seen in Television world's most controversial show, Bigg Boss, is most of the times in headlines because of her bold images and statements.
As the current debate on every platform is about nepotism, Sofia too has something to add to it. The actress claims that nepotism has existed for a long time in the industry and being a foreigner just added to her woes.
"With lots of dreams I stepped into the Bollywood industry. I was actually invited to work by many biggies and was also given a break as a second lead in the film Diary of A Butterfly. I was loved by the audience. But soon, many filmmakers and big actors started hitting on me. They wanted physical compromise. I never let them touch me. I never met anyone after work hours, even though I was invited regularly. Once they understood that I would never agree, my work went to other girls. My portions from films were removed, some films went on hold. Still, I continued to find a place for me in the industry in a healthy way. I got fed up with people trying to “sell or buy me”. I decided to return to my country. I didn't want to be a victim of nepotism."
The actress further added that she found a hope from BiggBoss 7 but that too was short lived. "I was offered Bigg Boss as a wild card entrant. The show was a big platform as Indians love that reality show. However, it seemed more like a plan to damage my image and show me as someone with mental issues. I was edited in a way that the audience couldn't see the real me. Armaan was the one who hit me, but I was told to exit the show, while he continued. I got 2 lawyers, but my lawyers were paid off by Armaan’s family. It was that moment, I decided to leave the country and go back home. However, Armaan got his karma back. He is unsuccessful. I never want to associate with such bad energy! Life is a gift from the creator and I honour that!," concluded Sofia.
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