Wake Up Sid Actress Konkona Sen Sharma Says ‘I Don’t View Myself As A Woman’

Konkana Sen Sharma has said that she doesn’t believe in the gender construct of society and has also thought of herself as a bit androgynous.

Wake Up Sid Actress Konkona Sen Sharma Says I Don’t View Myself As A Woman
Wake Up Sid Actress Konkona Sen Sharma Says ‘I Don’t View Myself As A Woman’

Konkona Sen Sharma has impressed the audience and the critics with her critically acclaimed performances in films like ‘Page 3’, ‘Omkara’, ‘Wake Up Sid’, and ‘Talvar’. The actress recently shared in an interview how she sees herself as gender-neutral, adding that she doesn’t relate to the concept and construct of gender

While speaking to Harper’s Bazaar India, Konkona has said that she doesn’t view herself as a woman and considers herself as completely neutral. “Even when I have to be very feminine in a film, I have to learn how to. There’s no one way of being a woman or a man or anything in between… I’ve always felt a bit androgynous”, she added while talking to the leading fashion magazine. Also Read: The Kapil Sharma Show To STOP Airing Soon? Know The Real Reason


The actress married actor Ranvir Shorey in 2010, got separated five years later, and got officially divorced in 2020. The couple is co-parents to their eleven-year-old son Haroon Shorey. In the same interview, the ‘Wake Up Sid’ actress added that she always tells her son to be a free-thinker. “Yes, there are certain rules he has to follow; being in a society, there is some level of tolerance he needs to learn. But in his mind, he’s free to think”, the actress said. She herself added that she doesn’t subscribe to conventional, societal norms, moralities, or expectations Also Read: PICS Of Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor & Agastya Nanda LEAKED From The Set Of The Archies

Konkona also said that she has learnt that cohabitation is not for herself and how it can ruin relationships. “I like having my own room, bathroom, AC, etc. And sometimes, I am nocturnal, so I need my own time to do things”, she stated. She further told that one has no control over other people’s behaviour and feelings, and thus one must have low expectations from others. Also Read: Ranbir Kapoor To Kangana Ranaut: Top Bollywood Celebs Who Refused To Endorse Fairness Products


On the work front, Konkona was last seen in The Rapist, a film directed by her mother and filmmaker Aparna Sen that released in October last year. The film also starred Arjun Rampal and Tanmay Dhanania. Konkana will next be seen in the upcoming web series Soup alongside Manoj Bajpayee.


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