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With her new look in GONE KESH, Shweta Tripathi sends message to our society

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Actress Shweta Tripathi speaking about her unusual role in Gone Kesh says, This film is based on alopecia, a condition where person starts loosing hair rapidly and after some point he/she becomes bald. Apart from this being a health issue it's also a social stigma, as society changes their perception towards the woman . So it's important to reach out to people and to create awareness about alopecia. And this was the most important reason which provoked me to sign the film.

Actress Shweta before this was seen in Masaan, Haramkhor and web series Mirzapur. In the film Gone Kesh, TVF fame Jitendra kumar will also be seen opposite Shweta.

Gone Kesh is a comedy drama film written and directed by debutant Qasim Khallow and produced by Dhiraj Ghosh. Film is slated to release on 29th March.




 

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