Kalki Koechlin: A producer told me that I need to get Botox for my laughter lines

Kalki Koechlin is on the cover of Cosmopolitan India’s November issue. The actress talks regarding Bollywood’s obsession with surreal standards of beauty within the interview. Kalki Koechlin made her debut within the industry with Anurag Kashyap’s Dev D. Since then the actress has showcased her skillfulness and acting chops in critically acclaimed films like A Margarita with a straw, Ribbon, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani among others. Kalki is one among the few actors within the industry who is vocal regarding her opinions and doesn’t turn away from speaking her mind. The actress is that the cover star of Cosmopolitan magazine’s November issue. She appearance attractive on the cover in an exceedingly multi-colored outfit.

Kalki talked regarding the concept of beauty within the interview with the magazine and aforementioned that it’s not the appearance however, the personality that creates somebody stunning. She said, “For me, it’s plenty to try and do with personality. There have been plenty of pretty women in cinema around Audrey Hepburn’s time, however, she stood out as a result of she had an awfully fascinating personality – that went on the far side her appearance. She did such a lot for women, for animal rights, for children’s education – it is often the personality that comes through and makes one appear stunning.”

She any side that a lot of men and women are unconventionally stunning however, we have a tendency to don’t keep in mind them. She aforementioned that she believes what’s within makes an individual stunning on the outside.
Kalki agreed that the movie industry is addicted to standards of beauty that are unrealistic. “I suppose the glamour industry, everywhere the world, will portray a version that’s ‘Photoshopped’ – a picture that’s not terribly realistic,” she shared. She disclosed that a lot of individuals have asked her to ‘fix’ her teeth or re-structure her jawline. “One producer recently told me that I would like to get Botox for my laughter lines-so I’m trying not to laugh so much anymore,” she said.