Swara Bhaskar, known for films like Tanu Weds Manu and Nil Battey Sannata, says her career is a well-balanced one. “I feel that my career is well balanced in terms of doing big budget commercial films or content-driven small budget movies. I have done TV shows like ‘Samvidhaan’ and ‘Rangoli’,” said Swara.
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“As an actor, we always crave for doing something good and different types of work,” said the actress, who will be seen in the web show It’s Not That Simple.
Speaking about her new web series, the actress said, “It is an interesting story. It is a new platform for me…working on a web series. I am making a debut on this platform. The concept is quite fresh and honest and has been told from an unapologetic point of view about relationships.”
“Relationship, marriage, commitments and an extramarital affair can be viewed from a woman’s perspective. The entire concept interested me a lot,” she added.
The series is directed by Danish Aslam, who had helmed Break Ke Baad.
The six-episode web series features Swara along with Vivan Bhatena, Akshay Oberoi and Karan Veer Mehra.
Meanwhile, Swara Bhaskar thinks Pakistani actors who have refrained from commenting on the September 18 attack which killed 19 Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir, are helpless about reacting to it.
“Art and artists should not be attached to politics. Pakistani artistes are in a vulnerable position; they are helpless… Keeping in mind that just three months ago, one of Pakistan’s best-known singers, Amjad Sabri, was gunned down by the terrorists,” Swara said on the sidelines of the seventh Jagran Film Festival here on Friday.