Why do heroines get ‘Garam, Garam’, I mean angry? It so happens when either they are out of offers, or any reality comes out about them, or when they cannot handle all those comments about them.
In case of ‘Leader’ fame Richa Gangopaadhyaaya, all these have came in her way, at once and it became unbearable to handle this and as a result this actress is ‘Garam’ on Media, for highlighting any situation and making it a news.
It so happened that, this plump beauty who has no film offers in T – Town has moved to K – Town and doing a film opposite Simbu that is a remake of B – Town block buster ‘Dabanng’. On a social networking site, Richa has introduced one of her friends as her ‘Girl Friend’. And seeing the same comment posted by her on her wall, many started thinking that Richa is not ‘Straight’. Seeing the same news, Richa was furious on Media and also let out her frustration by saying, ‘it is common for media to highlight any and every word or a situation. I don’t understand what is wrong when I addressed my friend as a girl friend? After all, she is a girl. And more over, I feel I am not bothered to answer for any comment passed on me. When ‘Mirapakai’ was success, people showered compliments for director and producer. When ‘Nagavalli’ did not do well, people said I was not the right choice for the role. It has become common to blame the heroine for any loss’, said the actress.
Like this, Richa ne apna mann ka bhataas nikaal diya!