Mumbai: From winning the Miss Universe crown to navigating her way in Bollywood, coming up with a prenatal yoga series and now debuting on television, Lara Dutta Bhupathi has enjoyed various roles in showbiz. She says with increasing participation of women behind the cameras, there’s a change visible in the entertainment industry.
“I think the whole scene is changing because of more participation of women, and so there are that much better-written parts that women are getting in films. I think the younger lot — Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone and Kangana Ranaut — they are really lucky to be a part of Indian cinema at a time when more women filmmakers are telling stories that deserve to be told.
“This is only improving the image of our women in Indian cinema,” Lara told IANS in an interview.
She pointed out how since she produced the film “Chalo Dilli”, the number of female filmmakers has increased.
“They are coming up with the right story and thankfully, studios are…