Jump to navigation. He can beat up a million villains with one hand, do multiple flips in mid-air, and be saved from brain tumor by a bullet. Yet behind the steely and macho persona of Rajinikanth, the superstar of Indian cinema, there lies quite a romantic soul. Now, who would believe that, after seeing his high-octane action sequences?
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When she was alive, Smitha did not get much respect from the film industry or the public. But reams have been written about her since her death. While the South Indian film industries are still male-dominated and exploitative, the conversation today focuses more on what it means to be a female actor in such an environment, and goes beyond the usual voyeuristic gossip about casting couches. The majority of films that are churned out, especially in Tamil and Telugu, continue to objectify women and thrust them in blink-and-miss roles but this issue no longer escapes criticism or analysis. Smitha was a good actor and in many of her films, she had more to do than just a dance number. The Madonna-whore duality was much stronger back in the s and s in South Indian films than it is now: a female actor was either typecast as a virtuous woman or as the vamp, and there was no going back and forth.
South India’s favourite erotic star, Silk Smitha was unapologetic about her sex appeal
After being stuck in cans for 23 years, herlast film will be released soon. Nearly a quarter of a century may have passed since her death and yet Silk Smitha continues to fascinate. She may be classified in film history as an item dancer but she was much more than that as she ruled the roost in the southern industry. Her dreamy eyes and seductive looks are all set to enthral movie goers all over again as the last film that she acted in is likely to surface only now. The film got stuck in the cans due to financial constraints as well as its controversial content on caste based issues.
Available on. E xecuting an erotic dance with sheer silk stockings was not a big thing for Silk Smitha, who made item songs in Tamil and Telugu films a bankable factor in the s and the first half of s. But once the director okayed the shot, and she covered her plunging neckline with a shawl waiting for the next shot; she found herself in sheer agony.