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Heroines go gray!
Lead protagonists of several shows today are not afraid to show their mean streak
Remember the days when women were portrayed in just two shades of characters — the positive and the negative. While the positive heroines were mostly shown crying, or repressed, the negative ones were known for their manipulative 'style'! However, over the past few years, it all seems to have been changing. Today's fiction shows have their lead protagonists play zara hatke roles. Sometimes bordering on the grey, or having connotations of the negative roles, they are strong, independent and modern women, who are not just pretty faces, but dare to go beyond the stereotypical too like Hitler Didi, Pratigya, Phulwa, and many more. After Hrs speaks to experts on this progressive trend.
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