The actress featured in a short film directed by Homi Adajania for women empowerment
Vogue is out with a short film, My Choice, directed by Homi Adajania as part of their VogueEmpower campaign. The film showcases a black-n-white montage of 98 women from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds; from actresses and hair stylists to vegetable vendors and flower sellers.
The most striking feature of the film is the monologue voiced by Deepika Padukone and written by Kersi Khambatta. Through the monologue, Deepika urges the society to let women have a life of their choice and not judge her on the basis of what she wears, what size she is, what time she's out, what her sexual orientation is!
The film beautifully portrays that its hight time men treasured women for what they are and not for what the society thinks they should be.
Talking about the film to a leading daily the Finding Fanny director said, "This is a pledge Deepika and I had taken. We shot black-and-white moving portraits of women from all walks of life, such as singers, writers, vegetable vendors and flower sellers. I wanted to film them in a free-wheeling manner, expressing themselves the way they wanted."
Apart from Deepika Padukone, other know faces in the film include actress Nimrat Kaur, film critic Anupama Chopra, fashion stylist Anaita Shroff Adajania and hairstylist and business women Anudha Akhtar.
Check out the film here and tell us what you think of it...
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