India, July 14 -- W

ith female-fronted content gaining prominence amid the OTT boom, actor Shweta Basu Prasad feels it is important to get the female perspective right in projects. And the filmmakers must be willing to make changes, wherever necessary.

"It all starts with the writing, it's really important to understand both perspectives. For that, the directors need to be approachable and should be able to mix and work to just get the right perspective," she tells us.

Citing example of her recent anthology, Ray, she says, "I told our director Srijit Mukherji that the climax was written from a male gaze or neutral gaze, and not from a female perspective. It was important for me as a woman to personalise it."

Prasad, 30, was relieved whe...