Sakshi Tanwar Opens Up About Her Short Film “Ghar Ki Murgi”

Mohnish Singh |Mar 09, 2020

Sakshi Tanwar, one of the most talented actresses around, is receiving great response for her short film “Ghar Ki Murgi”, directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari.

Sakshi Tanwar is one of the most talented actresses that Television has ever produced. Though the actress has limited her work on television of late, she can be seen playing relatable and important characters on the web-space.

Sakshi Tanwar can be currently seen in a short film called Ghar ki Murgi. The short film has been written by Dangal (2016) director Nitesh Tiwari, while his wife and Panga (2020) helmer Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari has called the shots for the same.

Ghar Ki Murgi
Sakshi Tanwar plays the lead role in Ghar Ki Murgi

The film premiered on Sony LIV on Woman’s Day and received great response from all the corners. It is being praised for sending a very strong message on woman empowerment and is a slice of life story that tug at everyone’s heartstrings.

Speaking about the Ghar Ki Murgi, Sakshi had said before the release that this film is very relatable as we all notice many women spending their lives looking after their family members without complaining. Talking about her character Seema Batra, she said that is one of such women who loves taking care of her family but in the process, she loses her identity, almost. So, in the film when Seema starts feeling the pinch of being lost and realises about her individuality and identity, she decides to find herself. Whether she manages or not forms the crux of the story.

As per a World Bank study conducted in the year 2018, India ranks 120 among 131 countries in female labour force participation rate. With more than 75 per cent adult women staying home, director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari comes up with a nuanced portrayal of the wrung-out homemaker’s life. Her film is not only relevant but hard-hitting also. If you are yet to watch Ghar Ki Murgi, do not forget to catch it on SonyLIV.


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