Life of a film star is always attractive for the people outside the celluloid world. But film stars have their own problems; and especially life of heroines are caught in the vortex of problems.
There were many episodes and even films on several heroines who keep smiling on screen, but lead miserable life off the screen.
The life of Avika Gor, who has become popular all over the country as a talented television and film star is no different.
According to rumours doing rounds in the film industry, Avika has almost bid adieu to her film career. She has been acting in television serials right from her childhood and attained a lot of stardom on the small screen.
She had been a thorough professional and disciplined actress. She never bunked shootings nor did she come late ever. Even after she started acting in Telugu films, she used to take lot of pains in shuttling between Mumbai and Hyderabad, but never neglected the schedules.
It may sound unbelievable, Avika, who was born in a Gujarati family in 1997, was just 15 years old when she donned the role of a heroine in Telugu film Uyyala Jampala. She never appeared tired despite being a model, television star and film heroine.
However, grapevine has it that Avika is fed up with this busy life in film industry. What is more, she had to face some bitter experiences in Mumbai as well as Hyderabad.
At one stage, there was a talk that Avika pleaded with the producer of Telugu film Tanu-Nenu to stop shooting the film and offered to return the entire expenditure incurred on her for shooting. It is learnt she had some bad experiences with one of her co-stars.
The latest talk is that Avika has been staying alone, away from all the hustle bustle of the film industry, in Mumbai. Now that she is 19 years old and has become a major, she has gone away even from her parents.
Apparently, she wants to take a break and lead peaceful life for some time before concentrating on her career – whether it is in films or some other job. She is even learnt to have sold her property in Mumbai.
If parents try to their heroine-daughters as just money-spinning machines, they are bound to face such problems. After all, one wants to have a peaceful career!