Phullu actors Jyotii Sethi and Sharib Hashmi not uncomfortable talking about menstruation


It talks about getting rid of the social taboo. However, he faces a lot of flak as the villagers through him out of the society. What more rational and progressive image can an actress get in her first film?”
Born in Uttar Pradesh, brought up in Punjab, the actress started working in South Indian and Punjabi films before entering the world of hindi cinema with “Phullu.”
“I am a pan-India actress. In fact, I got goosebumps when I was sitting through the narration because I related to the character so much/ Even my mother did not allow me to use a sanitary napkin when my menstrual circle started.”She told me that napkins have some harmful chemical.”
Directed by Abhishek Saxena, the film Phullu talks about the journey of a man who tries to create awareness about sanitary pads among women and starts making cheap pads to help them. It’s an interesting character.”
But does that image in the film bother her? Top News
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Updated: June 11, 2017 10:56 am

Directed by Abhishek Saxena, the film Phullu talks about the journey of a man who tries to create awareness about sanitary pads among women and starts making cheap pads to help them. “No, I am proud of the film and the subject because it creates awareness among women about the use of sanitary napkins. Glamour does not bother me much, but the story does. Giving an insight of her character, Jyotii said: “I am playing Phullu’s wife who has a very crucial role in his journey because she made Phullu aware of chums and how as a woman she struggles. Asked if there was any discomfort with the subject of the film, Jyotii told IANS: “No, not at all. She feels that in a progressive society, it is pointless to make a natural process of a woman’s body taboo. Jyotii, who plays the female lead, says she is totally at ease talking about the natural process of menstrual cycle even with a male member in her family or society if needed.