New Delhi: If there’s one actress who is known for her gutsy, experimental craft on-screen, it’s none other than Swara Bhasker. The actress known for her bewildering performances has recently tied the knot with political activist Fahad Ahmad in a grand ceremony in Delhi. She is back to work after marriage with a Manish Kishore directorial.
Swara has wrapped shooting her upcoming film ‘Mrs Falani’, in which she plays multiple characters.
Talking about the movie, Swara said, “It’s the first time I got to essay multiple characters in one project. It was a real challenge to build 8 distinct female characters that were distinguishable and unique in their own identity but also united in their womanhood and their experiences. It was the first time I was shooting in Chattisgarh which was an eye opener in its beauty and diversity. Collaboration with Manish Kishore Ji & his team was a happy and fulfilling experience and I am proud to be a part of this film and play various Mrs. Falanis.
Manish Kishore, director of the project added, “It is a very compelling story, in fact it’s a collection of stories from various geographies in the country defying the odds by being themselves. These stories shall inspire other women to go after what they love to do. It is rare for a director to direct 8 different stories all in a single film and and am grateful for the opportunity. Special thanks to the entire cast and crew for their unwavering support. Swara’s portrayals are iconically amazing. Can’t wait to bring our film to the audiences.”
Swara’s next, ‘Mrs. Falani’ is based on 8 different stories. Swara will be pulling off 8 different characters belonging from different regions, speaking different dialects and sporting different attires in one single movie. Swara will be seen in the role of a homemaker representing different states such as Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Punjab apart among others. Reportedly, going the extra mile, Swara has also got her nose pierced for the film.
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