EXCLUSIVE: Swara Bhasker Speaks About Her New Show; We Just Find A Way To Make Things Harder For Women In All Professions
Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar makes more news-commendable substance with Twitter Banters and Controversies that encompass her pretty much from time to time. More than she stands out as truly newsworthy with her character role played in Hindi film, Her remarks work like fuel in the fire and she rapidly draws in trolls from the Internet and Twitterati.
In an exclusive interview with Outlook, Swara discusses her most recent show experience ‘Bhaag Beanie Bhaag’, and how it discusses trust. With three mega releases in, 2020, regardless of the pandemic has been memorable for you, what do you need to state about that? she said I am back in Mumbai subsequent to being in Delhi for a very long time with my folks. I am eager to be here, however, I am additionally missing home. A home is a place you get used to it. At home, I was with my family thus so many people around and now I have returned to my single life. However, I am upbeat as ‘Bhaag Beanie Bhaag’ marks my third release in this pandemic year.
she continued by saying the lockdown and the pandemic ended up being a strangely eventful time for me. I am thankful for that. I feel extremely honored. In 2019, I was in the news a great deal, however not for my work, it was for my discussions. I had three releases this year-Flesh, Rasbhari and now I have Bhaag Beanie Bhaag.
It has been a discouraging and hard year and ‘Bhaag Beanie Bhaag’ is very elevating, endearing and there is a ton about expectation since it is an excursion story of a little youngster who is very confounded in her life and she is searching for answers. The show closes with a confident note.
When asked if she watched the new show she stated, I need to concede that I haven’t watched the show ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’. However, I am somewhat complimented on the grounds that ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ won a lot of awards. But other than that, I feel a lot of comparisons come because our audiences are not used to seeing female-powered content.
When a story is led by a male protagonist, then no comparisons are drawn. But when a show or a film is led by a female character, then we find the need to draw comparisons and call it female-centric. So, for me, it is the case for the audience not seeing enough and not grown up in the culture of watching stories led by women. But thankfully now, things are changing. It should be normal to watch a series or a film led by a woman without categorizing it. She said.