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'I Don't Think A One-Person Revolution Is Possible'; Grace Antony Opens Up About Difficulties Faced During 'Padachone Ingalu Katholi' Promotions.

Grace Antony said in an interview that for society to change and for women to be treated better, the whole of society has to change.
by Xappie Desk | November 24, 2022 20:04 IST
'I Don't Think A One-Person Revolution Is Possible'; Grace Antony Opens Up About Difficulties Faced During 'Padachone Ingalu Katholi' Promotions.

Mixing music, humor, rurality, and a little bit of politics, "Padachone Ingalu Katholi" has reached the theatres. Grace Antony, who played the central role in the film, is an actress who has won the audience's hearts with her natural acting. Grace is a person who doesn't hesitate to ask and learn from the creators of the story to develop her as an actress according to the nature of each film.

 
Grace's chemistry with other heroines in "Kumbalangi Nights," "Kanakam Kamini Kalaha," and "Halal Love Story" is also worth mentioning. But Grace says she doesn't have as many friends in real life as those characters. But Grace has a clear opinion about the problems faced by women and so on. Grace also talks about the misbehavior she faced during the film's promotion. "We are also a part of society." Change yourself, and everyone, and try to change the people who are sure to listen to us. "Otherwise, society will not be better just because I am struggling; it is stupid to even want that," says Grace.
 
"How we behave when an incident happens is also important." Let us be strong. Everyone knew because I reacted. There's a lot going on that no one knows about. After this incident, I received about 1500 messages. When many girls told me what had happened to them, I realized that what had happened to me was nothing. "I don't think society will change overnight and everyone will treat us well," said Grace.
 
Now, Grace's goal is only good characters and movies.


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