Actor Kubra Seth once said in an interview that when she entered the film industry, she was told it was full of “monsters and demons.” Forgiveness plays an important role in life “because the perpetrator does what the perpetrator does,” she said. Also read: Kubbra Sait Says She ‘No Regrets’ About Abortion After One-Night Stand
Born in Bangalore, Kubbra made her debut in Salman Khan and Asin Thottumkal’s Ready, in which she played a small role. She later appeared in films such as Sultan, Prepare, Jawani Janiman, Dolly Katie Owo Chamarkt Sitare and City of Life. Her breakthrough role was in the Netflix series Sacred Games. She was last seen on the Apple TV+ series Foundation.
In an interview with CNBC, Kubra recalled when she entered the industry and was told to go home because it was “the worst place to be.” She said: “When I came into the industry I was told it was the worst place to be and I should pack up and leave. But looking back now, I was in a nobler profession. It allows you to tell stories, Live someone else’s life. It’s the most empathetic place you can be. People will recognize you because of the experiences you’ve had. I think it’s a great place.”
Kubra added: “I’ve been told this place is full of monsters and demons and I shouldn’t have come, but I’ve always seen it as a dream city. But if it does or has become your nightmare, then I think the first thing you need to do is reflect on your journey. A big part of forgiveness comes from it. It’s not for others, it’s for yourself. That’s the most important thing because the perpetrator does what the perpetrator does. things to do. If we are above them, we still have a chance to fight them.”
Kubbra’s debut as a writer, Open Book, was released on June 27. In it, she shares stories from her life, including how she was sexually assaulted by family and friends, and more.
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