Performer Athiya Shetty feels it is an awesome time to be a piece of Bollywood with significant parts being composed for ladies, including that young ladies are "making an imprint on screen as well as off screen too".
Solicited whether there is a lack from substantial parts for female stars, Athiya, who ventured into showbiz with Salman Khan's creation "Legend" a year ago, said: "No, I surmise that is evolving".
"Individuals like Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Vidya Balan and Deepika Padukone have rolled out this solid improvement happen. Along these lines, I think it is an awesome time to be in the Hindi film industry at this moment in light of the fact that there are parts for ladies and ladies are unquestionably making an imprint as far as being on screen as well as off screen too," Athiya told IANS.
The little girl of on-screen character Suniel Shetty hailed the expanding young lady power behind the cameras.
She said: "We have Zoya Akhtar, we have such a large number of ladies who are so gifted and I don't feel like there is a deficiency any longer."
Shouldn't something be said about her next undertaking?
"I will be marking something. When I sign I am certain you all will know."
Athiya, who is the brand represetative of Maybelline New York, has cut a name for herself in tinsel town for her acting abilities and also form remainder. She turned dream for creator Namrata Joshipura for the excellence brand's show at the as of late closed Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Autumn-Winter 2016 here.