The actor says after Smitha Patil, Shabana Azmi, Tabu and Kareena its her turn to play a sex worker's role
The 'Pati Patni Aur Woh' star said today audiences celebrate the versatility and she is really happy about this progression in society.
She says it is important to tackle patriarchy and the notion of masculinity first and foremost, to change things for women as well as men.
"I think when people from different socio-cultural backgrounds connected with the story, it must have been the humane quality of the story that worked."
"At present there is toxicity around the whole idea of masculinity. Masculinity means flexing muscles, wielding power over the powerless."
Mumbai: Actress Shabana Azmi says her father, the late Urdu poet Kaifi Azmi, was one of the torchbearers of the composite culture of India, and...
Taking to Instagram, Shabana posted a video in which one can see whole family savouring tempting dishes.
With the country battling COVID-19, many cases of doctors and other medical practitioners being attacked by angry kin of patients, have come to the fore from different parts of the country
As per preliminary information, her car, in which her husband and National Award winning poet-lyricist Javed Akhtar was also travelling, dashed against a truck on the highway on the Mumbai-Pune lane around 4.15 p.m
"It is always necessary that we point out our flaws for the betterment of our country. If we do not, how can our conditions improve?"
Kangana's film "Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi" opened in Pakistani theatres on January 25, the same day it released in Indi