Ayesha Jhulka, who was not too long ago seen within the Amazon Prime Video collection Hush Hush, opened up about how feminine co-actors within the 90s had been pitched towards one another to create a story when, in reality, they shared a “good equation” with one another off-screen. Ayesha did admit that had been cases when jealousy seeped in however she believes that this type of jealousy may also be seen as “healthy.”
In a chat with Bollywood Bubble, Ayesha was requested about many feminine actors and crew members coming collectively for Hush Hush which isn’t the norm for the business and would have been remarkable within the 90s. Ayesha spoke about working along with her feminine co-actors and stated, “If I would work with Mamta (Kulkarni), or Divya Bharti or anyone, we were just two of us. Two women with two co-actors and we would have really good equations. Of course, little bit here and there… I think when we are younger and we have those insecurities.”
She continued that even when there was a innocent remark from somebody, it might be blown out of proportion. “Thoda boht bhi if there’s anything, like even if you ask ‘what is she wearing ?’ it will be created as if ‘oh my god’. It was actually blown out of proportion,” she stated. The Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander actor stated did admit that the off-screen equations weren’t at all times rosy. Talking concerning the variations, she stated, “Let me tell you, hota hoga, hua bhi hai. I do not deny that everything is absolutely (good). Of course, there were…”
Ayesha stated that typically actors are jealous of one another but when it really works in the direction of the betterment of the product, it may be seen as wholesome. “Jealousy happens. Now it depends that my jealousy, if at all it was there, has now converted into envy. And I feel that sometimes this kind of thing is healthy also,” she stated. “These catfights or any kind of jealousy doesn’t matter. It just makes you weaker,” she concluded.
Ayesha was a well-liked actor within the Nineties who labored in films like Khiladi, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander, Masoom, Chachi 420 amongst many others.