Indiana Mehta, who debuted with the Hollywood film Work It, said that discrimination is not only in Bollywood but also in Hollywood
Choreographer-turned-film actress Indiana Mehta is going to be seen in Hollywood film ‘Work It’ which is to be released on Netflix on August 7. She is scheduled to debut in Hollywood through this film. ‘Work It’ is a film based on dance and with it she is going to land in Hollywood with Sabrina Carpenter. On Indian actors working in Hollywood films, Indiana told that Indian actors get work in Hollywood but they are given few characters to do.
Even at the time of audition, many times they are told that your color or your height is not according to the character. He said that actors are not discriminated against only in Bollywood but also in Hollywood. Even in auditions, there is not much chance. However, talking about his film team, he said that my team loved me very much when I was an Indian because they felt that I stayed away from my home. About her struggle Indiana told that I have worked as well as studying dance abroad. I used to do 3-3 part time jobs in a week and then with that money I used to run my auditions and other expenses.
On the decision to leave Bollywood and work in Hollywood, she said that I always wanted to become an international dancer and the level at which I dance. That kind of dance does not happen in Bollywood right now, so I decided to work in Hollywood and came here from Mumbai. Indiana has taken a course on belly dancing and has been named among the select actors from India who have made their Hollywood film debut.