Nia Sharma is one of the hottest beauties in the telly screen and has even been declared the sexiest Asian by some magazines. The dusky actress is loved for her roles and the smothering body. She did a number of TV shows including Jamai Raja, Naagin 4 and also a web series called Twisted. Nia Sharma is quite active on social media and doesn’t shy away to hit back at trollers. Recently, the actress opened up about the negativity around the film industry and expressed how saddened she is with the flak the industry is facing. Nia Sharma also shared that she feels people who are associated with Sushant Singh Rajput death should speak and rest does not need to add noise and should just keep quiet.
Speaking to Hindustan Times, Nia Sharma who hails from Delhi is thankful for her career and success today but saddened with the negativity around the industry. She said, “I came to Mumbai ten years ago with the dream of becoming a news channel reporter but I was destined to be an actor.” Talking about the entertainment industry being targeted, Nia Sharma questioned the court’s existence. “News channels are stooping low and people are being judged on chat shows. I wonder if courts are required anymore?”
The actress further added, “I think, people who are associated with the subject (of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death investigation) should speak up and the rest should shut up. They don’t need to add to the noise.” While the actress expressed how she feels that the ones not associated with the subject should shut up and not add to the noise, she continued, “People are tweeting from their beds just to be in the limelight.” She then mentioned how that is not needed and said, “If ones who don’t need to, shut up, then the voices who matter will be heard. We are taking pride in digging out stuff and pulling people down. It is a mud-slinging game and whoever jumps in also gets dragged in.”
Nia Sharma continued to express her thoughts about the current scenario in the entertainment industry, she added, “Everyone has gone berserk and people are harping on the same things till someone doesn’t collapse. No one is understanding what’s happening. We should just let people who are dealing or involved in the matter, do their bit and figure things out.”