Isha Koppikar, who worked on several South indian films before making her bollywood debut with Fiza, talked candidly about her terrible 18-year-old casting couch experience. In addition to her roles in the films Darna Mana Hai, Pinjar, LOC Kargil, krishna Cottage, and Don, Isha participated in dance sequences like "Ishq Samundar" from Kaante and "Khallas" from Company.

Isha shed a tearful tear when talking about her early days on the casting couch in an interview with siddharth Kannan. It was never about your abilities. It was formerly decided by performers and heroes. You've heard of #MeToo, and it was challenging if you held moral principles. During my tenure, several actresses quit the industry. The females either gave up or caved in. I am one of the very few people who have persisted in the profession and haven't given up," she remarked.
Isha recalled the incident by saying, "A secretary and an actor contacted me for a casting couch when I was eighteen. They informed me that you need to be "friendly" with actors to gain a job. I'm an amiable person, but what exactly does it mean? ekta kapoor once advised me to exhibit some attitude since I am so gregarious.

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