In a recent conversation with Pinkvilla, Urmila Matondkar, who will soon be seen judging Dance India Dance (DID) Super Moms on ZEE TV, opened up about the reality show, came back to television after many years, and even about her entry into politics. Talking about the judgments she’d received when she entered politics, the Rangeela actress shares: “It was like all the crap came loose, everything went baloney.”

She adds: “Because suddenly there was this actress… if you’re an actor, if you’ve got a pretty decent face, if you’re known as this glamorous one, you know sex symbol, whatever the tags you want to call it.” , you give it all on a scale for them, right? And of course a woman, if it was an actor, maybe he wouldn’t have been… So obviously, it’s a given that you have to be stupid, no have an idea, and yes ‘what the hell is she doing?’ They still think that, trust me.”

Urmila explains: “They started from there, and literally every major political channel in the country flew from Delhi to Mumbai to film the entire journey of my campaign. So that in itself was a joke to them, not so much to me because it was interesting. Even today I face it, even now, and I will continue to face it like many other women, not just me. I face it more because I’m an actor, I guess. And I really want to change something. I’m really not there for anything else, except to make those few changes in people’s minds, in their points of view. So I will have to work hard.”

Watch the video below to see the full interview:

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