Amrapalli shares, "When I first entered the industry, like everyone, I too roamed about to find work. During those days I happened to meet a lady who promised me to help me find work. I used to be with her most of the time and once when my friend saw me with her, she questioned me for being with the lady. When I told her that she had promised me to help, she gave me a petrified look and told me the shocking truth that she was involved in female trafficking. I never met the lady again."
"After that I did a video album as well. But I was not happy with the work environment and the ambiance around me. Basically I am scared of casting couch and that's the only reason why I didn't try for Bollywood," reveals Amrapalli.
Amrapali today is content and satisfied with the lead role she has bagged in Sahara One's new show Neem Neem Shehad Shehad, produced by Creative Eye...
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