Sacred Games fame Kubbra Sait recently wrote an autobiography that she titled ‘Open Book’, where she got extremely candid about some of the dreadful experiences of her life.
In an interaction with the media, the actress decided to clear that she wrote about that particular incident in her book, not for self pity, but rather to just share it with the world. “The purpose of writing that incident was not to tell the world that I was a dukhi aatma. We are all sad in such a situation, but I am miles away from that situation now. I am looking at it from an outsider’s perspective, I was not looking to make it right,” she wrote.
Describing how it was like to write about it, she said, “Initially, when I was writing it, this was the chapter that took about 3 days. In my opinion, this was a long time frame. I did not want a pity party.” Elaborating further, she added, “You are taught to give into these oppressions, but I think writing this was about literally forgiving myself for not knowing what to do. What I could not have done, and I did not do it and it is okay.”
“I was not writing to showcase a monster. I was not writing for the person to read and come and apologise to me. I am over it. He does not define me anymore. It is not something I hold so close to my heart that I will not be willing to revisit it,” Kubbra mused.