Sandeepa Dhar, who plays a key role in "Bold Bollywood", a film reportedly based on actress Jiah Khan's recent suicide, says the term 'bold' in the film's title signifies confidence and strength.
"Its very important to be bold in Bollywood. Bold in the title doesn't mean lesser clothes or sexual commutations. Bold here means you need to be strong and independent," Sandeepa, who made her Bollywood debut with the 2010 film "Isi Life Mein", said in an interview here.
Sandeepa believes "her decision of becoming an actor is very bold in itself", and she considers that "a bold attitude" is a must to survive in showbiz.
"You need to be bold in you attitude in order to survive in Bollywood," she said.
Directed by debutant Rikshhit Matta, the film also stars Hazel Keech and Shweta Bhardwaj in the lead and revolves around three aspiring actresses who come to tinsel town to make it big.
Jiah, who made her dream debut in filmdom with Ram Gopal Varma's "Nishabd" starring megastar Amitabh Bachchan in 2007, ended her life June 3.