Yami Gautam recalled an incident in her hometown in Himachal Pradesh where a teen recorded her without her consent
She shared her reaction and how a line needs to be drawn between celebrities.
Alia was clicked with a zoom lens from an adjoining building.
In a recent interview, actor Yami Gautam described an incident that happened in her homeland of Himachal Pradesh when a teenager asked to take a photo with her but actually began recording her instead. She was referring to the invasion of privacy of famous people following the unauthorized photography of Alia Bhatt in her living room. According to Yami, the boy’s video was then uploaded online as a vlog and viewed by millions of people. Many celebrities discussed their comparable experiences with photographers before Yami made her confession. Alia was photographed with a zoom lens from a nearby structure. A media portal posted the same pictures online. Yami addressed the necessity for a distinction to be made between celebrities when asked about her response to the incident.
Yami said to Puja Talwar, “Aaj kal koi aise le k video bana raha hoga,” during their talk (These days anyone can record a video anytime, without consent). A young boy—probably between the ages of 19 and 20—came to my farm and asked my employees, “May we take a picture?” I’m really welcoming and open to everyone. People want to come and visit this small village and chat. And I’m thrilled to do it. I mistakenly believed he was shooting a photo, but it was actually a video. He’s celebrating his vlog after a video of…it was so terrible and that individual reportedly received millions of views.
The actor continued, “It may appear like I’m so delighted that I’m receiving a lot of comments or publicity, but that just means that it has inspired that person to do it again with someone. And encourage others to do it, Puja joked. What they did was. They all returned home with cameras and are currently touring my house. “What is happening?” I ask. What’s our destination? You’re making this so typical for the coming generation. Without a border being drawn, anything is unacceptable. This is not acceptable, Yami continued.
Yami frequently posts pictures of her modest home in her hometown, which includes a farm. Last year, she displayed a picture of her morning in the mountains during the winter and stated, “Good morning. I’m at my favorite location, Kohar in Himachal Pradesh, and I’ll be taking you on a tour of my farm shortly to show you what we grow and what we do there. I cannot wait to share this with you guys. Merry Christmas and good health to all.”
Recently, Yami was spotted in the much-delayed this month premiere of Lost. Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury is the director. Oh My God 2 and Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga are two of her movies.
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