Kate Winslet confesses 'being famous was dreadful' after Titanic 

Kate Winslet, the English actress, reflects on her life after starring in "Titanic." 

She describes the experience of fame post-"Titanic" as "quite unpleasant." 

Winslet admits that being famous was "horrible" during that time. 

Her candid revelation offers insight into the challenges of sudden fame. 

"Titanic," directed by James Cameron, catapulted Winslet to global stardom in 1997. 

Winslet's comments shed light on the pressures and drawbacks of celebrity status. 

Despite the success of "Titanic," Winslet faced difficulties navigating her newfound fame. 

Her honesty adds depth to discussions about the impact of fame on mental health and well-being. 

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