Veteran actor Jaya Prada has opened up on her morphed pictures that shocked fans years back. The actor talked to a news agency recently and said that she was so disturbed then that she had contemplated suicide. Jaya called politician Amar Singh her ‘godfather’ as he was the only person who came to her support when she was going through the ordeal alone. Jaya has also alleged that another popular politician Abu Azmi had harassed her in the parliament and no one called him out then. The actor also talked about people speaking ill against her relationship with Singh.
She was quoted by PTI saying, “Amar Singh was on dialysis and my morphed pictures were being circulated in the region. I was crying and saying I don’t want to live anymore, I want to commit suicide. I was going through that trauma and no one supported me.” Prada also added, “Only Amar Singh ji, who came out of his dialysis, stood next to me, supported me. What will you think of him? Godfather or someone else? Even if I tie rakhi to him, will people stop talking? I don’t care what people say.”
She went on to say, “Even as a sitting MP from a party, I wasn’t spared. Azam Khan harassed me. He attempted an acid attack on me. I had no certainty if I would be alive the next day. I would tell mother while leaving the house that I wasn’t sure if I would ever return home. I emerged out of it.”
The Sharaabi-fame actor also said that she relates herself to how women empowerment has been shown in Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. Jaya said, “Whatever they are showing in the film Manikarnika, I feel I was like that. A woman can also take the avatar of goddess Durga”.