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Ahead of the release of her film Tribhanga, Kajol says she can relate with her character of Anu as her family backed gender equality

Kajol talks about her family who she says always backed gender equality, and that went lucky for her, as she discusses her upcoming Netflix film Tribhanga; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: January 15, 2021 23:42 IST
Ahead of the release of her film Tribhanga, Kajol says she can relate with her character of Anu as her family backed gender equality

Kajol is all set to make her digital debut and she feels it couldn't be any better than with her film Tribhanga. The upcoming Netflix film which will be releasing on Jan 15, is a women-centric film directed by none other than Renuka Shahane. In her recent interview, Kajol says she can strongly relate to her character of Anu in the film. Though it was tiring to play her, it was not difficult to understand her,” added the actor. Talking about shooting for the film starring Tanvi Azmi and Mithila Palkar, she said it was a novel experience for her. “The best thing about being on set with such strong women was that there was no insecurity."

 
Since the film is based upon three women of different generations facing social judgments, Kajol says she has been lucky that way in her real life. "My father [Shomu Mukherjee] was against me getting married at 24. He said that I should work more before I tie the knot. My mom [Tanuja] was my biggest supporter and told me to go with my gut. I have been lucky that everybody around has always stood up for me. So, I did exactly what I wanted to do."
 
Kajol also has a daughter named Nysaa who she says is very aware of gender equality and she has been raising her just like her own (Kajol's) mother has raised her.


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