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Today Work Culture Has Improved Says Anita Raj

Anita Raj
Anita Raj

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Mumbai , 30 Oct 2019

Veteran actress Anita Raj says today the work culture has improved on the sidelines of her recent media interaction.One of the most prominent names of several 80's potboilers and the divine beauty Anita Raj spoke about her 4-decades journey in B-Town. She spoke about changing landscape of working environment within the industry."Earlier, there were no facilities such as Vanity Van due to which we had to change our clothes behind the trees." said Anita. "Today, the work culture has improved drastically and now things have become more sorted out and disciplined then it was previously".She spoke about how Rajkumar Kohli approached her for his 1983 hit Nauker Biwi Ka opposite Dharmendra. Nauker Biwi Ka was the remake of Pakistani Punjabi film Naukar Wohti Da (1974). Anita was quite hesitant to act with the He-man due to being a newbie, but Dharamji, Rajkumar Kohli and Om Prakash made her comfortable and she ended up giving a fabulous job.Anita Raj was learning dance under Master Gopi where the king of romance Yash Chopra saw her and expressed his desire to cast her in his upcoming project. However, the film never got materialized due to unknown reasons. Hrishikesh Mukherjee saw her pictures and said "Your father never addressed himself as Jagdish Khurana, so your screen name must be Anita Raj."Despite her father being an actor, he was reluctant to see her as heroine. It was her mother and brother who stood by her and convinced Jagdish Raj about Anita Raj's decision. It was during the shoot of movie Bad aur Badnaam in which father-daughter duo were sharing the same frame. Jagdish complimented his daughter Anita Raj's acting abilities.She concluded her interview by speaking about her role Kulwant Kaur in her new movie and how different it is from her previous on-screen outing.

 

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