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“It’s important to have conversations about women’s rights and safety”

Aahana Kumra: “I never want to be associated with a project that will showcase women in a bad light” (Photo credit – Instagram)

Aahana Kumra says that as an actress she understands the power and influence of cinema, and that’s why she never wants to be part of a project that doesn’t offer respectful portrayal of women. .

“I know as an actress I have the power to influence people and I want to do it in the right direction. Movies can have a huge impact on society, especially young minds. So, I never want to be associated with a project that will showcase women in a bad light. It is important and high time to have conversations about women’s rights and safety, ”she said.

Aahana Kumra recently completed her filming schedule for Madhur Bhandarkar’s film “India Lockdown”. She will be seen in the upcoming short film “Happy Birthday” alongside Anupam Kher.

Recently, Aahana Kumra told IANS that she never misses the opportunity to work with a good actor. She also added that when it comes to choosing a project, she never compromises on a good story. She said, “I must like the script. If I can do something new with a character or work with an interesting actor, that’s great. I don’t lose the opportunity to play even a small role with a good actor.

She added, “Even though I get a scene with a good actor, I think it’s really important. I watch the actors like a hawk. I watch everyone on sets and how they transform. We have to keep watching people.

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