Ekta Kapoor to help maker Jha in the advancements of the film…
Lipstick Under My Burkha was in the news for some time as far back as the CBFC denied accreditation to the film for being “excessively woman situated.” However, after a long battle with the Censor Board, the film will now discharge on July 28. Ekta Kapoor will help maker Prakash Jha to advance the film and make individuals mindful about it before it’s discharge.
Prakash Jha met Ekta Kapoor and revealed to Mumbai Mirror, “Ekta has done way breaking work with her ladies characters. She’s altered the power structure on TV, making ladies characters the epicenter of the power diversion. She has a solid women’s activist heartbeat and I was quick to comprehend what she felt about our film. She revealed to me she needed to present it through her studio and I thought it would be phenomenal for the film.”
On this, Ekta on her part told the newspaper, “Not exclusively was I completely overwhelmed by the substance additionally felt that it displayed an awesome blend of responsibility and stimulation.” She additionally included, “Lipstick Under My Burkha implies a resistance of the psyche and is a film that commends ladies and their sexuality. I trust this is a story that should be advised and needed to put all my muscle behind a film this way.”
Highlighting Konkona Sen Sharma, Ratna Pathak Shah, Aahana Kumra and Plabita Borthakur, the film is around four residential area Indian ladies between the ages of 18 to 55 – a burkha-clad school young lady, a youthful beautician, a mother-of-three and a maturing dowager, who choose to declare their own and sexual rights. Lipstick Under My Burkha will hit the theaters on July 28.