Shefali Shah reveals her past harassment experience

Actress Shefali Shah recently revealed about her past harrassment experience.

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Bollywood sensation Shefali Shah has consistently dazzled audiences with her remarkable acting prowess. Whether she's portraying Alia Bhatt's mother in "Darlings" or embodying the character of DCP Vartika Chaturvedi in "Delhi Crime" Season 2, Shah leaves no stone unturned when it comes to showcasing her talent on the big screen. 

As her career continues to soar, this gifted actress recently opened up about a challenging chapter from her past.

In a candid conversation with News18, Shefali Shah shed light on the pervasive issue of street harassment and shared her own experience of facing it at a tender age. 

She recalled feeling frightened and helpless as nobody came to her aid. The Delhi Crimes actress said that she remembers when she was really young, coming back from school in a bustling market she faced it. Shah revealed. "I couldn't do anything about it. I was too young and just scared, and no one stepped forward to help. It was crowded, but that's not an excuse. I think almost all women have, in some way, dealt with it."

Shefali Shah's acting prowess is nothing short of remarkable, and it has earned her a devoted fan base over the years. From her roles in "Dil Dhadakne Do" and "Darlings" to her standout performance as DCP Vartika Chaturvedi in the second season of "Delhi Crime," Shah has consistently garnered love and admiration. Notably, her flawless portrayal in the show recently earned her a nomination in the Best Performance by an Actress category at the International Emmy Awards, further cementing her status as a true acting powerhouse.

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