"I think it’s important to wear things over many seasons, repeat clothes all the time, and borrow from your best friend’s closet..."
Cheekily juxtaposing an everyday beauty product and the burkha in the title to indicate undercurrents, this film sparked a fresh debate on feminism in Bollywood
Konkona Sensharma has an immaculate pedigree…and she polishes it to a blinding shine with formidable talent. Daughter of the critically acclaimed actor-director, Aparna Sen, the actress won a National Award, when she was barely into her 20s. And with each celluloid appearance she has raised the bar. Verve catches up with the multilingual artiste, who continues to steal the limelight with her recent bravura acts in the little big films, Amu and Page 3
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