Movie business is hard on women, according to Academy award winning actress Susan Sarandon who plans to keep working in films until she stops enjoying it.
Sarandon was speaking at a press conference organised on the sidelines of the 44th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here.
"The business is hard on women," the 67-year-old said, responding to a question about the difficulties faced by aging actresses in Hollywood.
Hollywood, she said, was not apolitical but people lose jobs not because of their political affiliations but because they get either "old and fat".
She was also all praise for Indian cinema legend Waheeda Rehman, who she said was stunningly beautiful and still did films despite her age.
Sarandon, who formally inaugurated the festival Wednesday, also said that she plans to act till she enjoys it.