Bollywood beautiful actress Sushmita Sen who is one of the most beautiful women, is in discussion about her personal life these days. In this case, the actress has surprised everyone by announcing her upcoming project Taali. The actress will seen in an important role in the series ‘Taali’. Sushmita Sen announced that she will play the role of transgender activist Gauri Sawant. While announcing the series Taali, the actress has also released the first look of the series, which is being helmed by Marathi filmmaker Ravi Jadhav.To get more news about 黄片免费看, you can visit our official website.
Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen took to her Instagram and shared her first look from series Taali and wrote: firstlook as #ShreegauriSawant Nothing makes me prouder & more grateful than to have the privilege of portraying this beautiful person & of bringing her story to the world!! Here’s to life & to everyone’s right to live it with dignity!!! I love you guys!!! #duggadugga

Gauri Sawant is a transgender activist who started the Sakhi Char Chowghi Trust in the year 2000. The NGO provides counseling to the transgender community and promotes safe s…x. According to reports,Taali will be a 6episode series and the film has hired a total of 300 transgender artistes for key crowd scenes. The series will follow Gauri Sawant’s life and her struggles to become India’s first transgender mother.
The Notting Hill actress is not on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or any form of social media, which is very rare these days.

Roberts revealed she steers clear of the internet in Marie Claire‘s December 2013 issue.

“It’s kind of like cotton candy,” she said, referring to the internet. “It looks so appealing and you just can’t resist getting in there, and then you just end up with sticky fingers and it lasted an instant.”

She also mentioned that she refrains from typing her name into Google’s search box, noting that she can afford to live without the limitless supply of subjective opinions.
“I have too much potential for collapse,” she said, before adding her theories on why criticism comes so easily online: “There’s an anonymity that makes people feel safe to participate in hatefulness.”

She admitted that she can handle criticism in general. “I like a good old-fashioned fistfight if people are pissed off at each other,” she explained. “I just feel like if you’re really mad and want to have a fight, then put your dukes up.”