Actress Radhika Apte, who plays a key role in Akshay
Kumar-starrer "Pad Man", says the menstruation taboo has not only existed among
men but also among women who are conditioned for years not to talk about the
natural process openly.
"Pad Man", based on the story of a real-life hero, addresses the issue of menstrual hygiene and is aimed at creating awareness about it.
Asked if the film can bring any change in the society, Radhika told IANS: "I think the taboo attached to menstruation is not only among men, but women as well. It is happening for years. Even women feel uncomfortable to talk about it openly.
"Mothers taught their daughters how not to talk about it openly, not to go to the kitchen or not to enter the temple. So it does not just existRead More
Saif Ali Khan-starrer "Baazaar", helmed by debutant Gauravv
K. Chawla, will release on April 27.
The film's principal photography is complete and it is currently in post-production, a statement from the film's makers said.
"Baazaar" launches Rohan Mehra, son of late actor Vinod Mehra. It revolves around the backdrop of stock market, and also features Chitrangada Singh and Radhika Apte.Read More