Sunita Rajwar makes India proud at Cannes although Indian Film Industry disappointed her

Sunita Rajwar makes India proud at Cannes although Indian Film Industry disappointed her

Sunita Rajwar emerges as a source of pride for India at the Cannes Film Festival, despite experiencing disappointment in the Indian film industry. In a recent interview with a media outlet, she candidly shares her journey, reflecting on the challenges she faced as a character actor. Recalling a time when she envisioned herself entering the Guinness Book of World Records for exclusively portraying maid roles throughout her career, Rajwar expresses her dismay at the treatment endured by character artists like herself. 

She sheds light on the lack of respect, inadequate compensation, and degrading treatment faced by actors in smaller roles, likening their treatment to that of animals. Rajwar underscores the stark disparity between the treatment received by lead actors and character artists, noting the stark contrast in accommodations on film sets.

 While stars enjoy solo rooms, actors like herself are relegated to cramped, dilapidated spaces with inadequate amenities. Despite the hardships she faced, Rajwar garnered attention on social media for her representation of India at the 77th Cannes Film Festival, where her movie “Santosh” premiered in the Un Certain Regard section. 

In a recent social media post, the 54-year-old proudly shares her humble background as the daughter of a truck driver, emphasizing that her journey from a small town to an international platform serves as inspiration for others. Rajwar’s upcoming projects, including the third season of Panchayat on May 28 and Gullak 4 on June 7, further solidify her status as a respected and versatile actor in the Indian entertainment industry. 

Despite the challenges she faced, Sunita Rajwar‘s resilience and determination serve as a testament to the power of perseverance and the pursuit of one’s dreams. Her success story resonates with audiences, inspiring hope, and encouragement for aspiring artists across the country.


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