Neena Gupta has given us one more reason to celebrate. Her movie – The Last Color – has been included in the list of feature films eligible for the 2019 Oscars.
Actress Neena Gupta is an inspiration for every liberal woman in this world. She is known for making bold choices, not only in professional but in personal life as well. Her recent movie – The Last Color – has been named as one of the feature films eligible for the Oscars.
It wasn’t long enough when Neena Gupta took a bold step and sought work through social media. To do so, it definitely takes a lot of guts. In her post, the National Award-winning actress mentioned:
“I live in Mumbai and working, am a good actor looking for good parts to play.”
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I live in mubai and working am a good actor looking fr good parts to play
After working on multiple good projects, including movies like Badhaai Ho, Mulk; her new project ‘The Last Color’ has been making waves internationally. At the Indian International Film Festival of Boston, while Neena Gupta won the Best actress, the movie ‘The Last Color’ won the Best Feature Film.
The film stars Neena Gupta and Aqsa Siddiqui, as a widow and a 9-year-old tightrope walker. It revolves around the taboo that surrounds widows, in Vrindavan and Varanasi, who are forbidden from festivals like Holi and are only to be clad in white clothes at all times.
Chef turned filmmaker Vikas Khanna took to his Instagram handle to share the great news:
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And in no time, when the news reached to actress Neena Gupta, she just couldn’t keep her calm. Reacting to Vikas’ post on Twitter, she expressed her excitement.
Cant believe am soooo happy https://t.co/ApRiYTMcBn
— Neena Gupta (@Neenagupta001) January 1, 2020
It is so inspiring that even at the age of 60, Neena Gupta is showing no signs of slowing down.
At IFORHER we are in awe of Neena Gupta, who even at the age of 60, is inspiring millions of women to stand out in the society rather than fit in.