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Bollywood has become better for heroines: Divya Dutta
Divya Dutta feels that with Indian cinema completing 100 years, the industry has got better for the female actors.
Mumbai: Actress Divya Dutta feels that with Indian cinema completing 100 years, the industry has got better for the female actors. "I think it (Bollywood) has got better. This year, my seven films will be releasing and I have very different roles in each one of them," the 35-year-old said here Thursday at the premiere of 'Zila Ghaziabad'.
"I think the audience has become very receptive. Filmmakers are very receptive. They are doing new things, generating new roles. I think its really beautiful," she added.
Divya started her career in Bollywood in 1994 and was last seen in 'Special 26'.
She has also done notable roles in films like 'Kasoor', 'Baghban', 'Veer-Zaara', 'Aaja Nachle', 'Welcome to Sajjanpur', 'Delhi-6' and 'Heroine'.
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