The Times Of India has raised the alarm over the gender gap in the film and television industries with a story of a young girl leaving the film business after only a year.
The Times reported on the story of Bijayesh Kumar, who left her job as an actress and actress-turned-director at the age of 16 to pursue a career in music, fashion and film.
“She is the poster girl of the new generation.
The new generation is the one who is coming up and they are making more and more films and it is very, very exciting,” said the writer and activist of the New Women’s Front.
The report of the report said that Bijayaesh’s father, a doctor, said that her education was a struggle to keep up with her passion for music.
“When she was young, she was not able to keep her mouth shut.
She did not have an ego.
She could not say anything.
She was a child.
I cannot imagine that she could have said what she did in the movies,” said her father.
“Bijayes decision to go to college was one of the things that saved her from becoming a career-hungry woman.
She made a big sacrifice and did not give up,” her father said.
“It was not a choice.
She decided to pursue her dreams and she is now working in a fashion magazine.
Her mother was very close to the director of her own movie, and she made sure that her daughter got to know him,” said one of her close friends. “
Her mother is also a writer and she too wanted to become a writer.
Her mother was very close to the director of her own movie, and she made sure that her daughter got to know him,” said one of her close friends.
“The directors in her movie were so kind to her.
She has also been a mentor to her younger siblings,” the friend added.
Biyani Kumar, Bijayan’s mother, said her daughter’s decision to pursue an education was not driven by money.
“I do not know why she wanted to go into the film world but she is a talented girl.
She is a good girl.
I am very proud of her,” she said.
The story of this young girl from Madhya Pradesh’s Kolkata who is now living in the UK is part of a larger trend.
A report in the newspaper said that “the global film industry is not going to change much in the next few years.
This is a trend that is happening in India,” the report added.
“For instance, if the women in India are not getting the job opportunities they deserve, the women abroad will not be happy either,” the writer said.
In an interview with The Times, Biyan Kumar, the mother of Biyanyakam, said, “I have never felt that I am losing my voice or being dismissed.
It was not that she did not want to be a writer or that she wanted a career.
This was a decision that I made for my daughter.”
The writer of the article said that, “she was also a good friend to her sisters and to me.
She also played with my son.”
The author said that she had not spoken to her daughter in a long time and had lost contact with her.
“We will meet up again at some point.
She would like to meet me and tell me her story,” the author said.