Sherni: Vidya Balan, 'We Have Been Brought Up To Believe That It’s A Man’s World' - EXCLUSIVE

Sherni has Vidya Balan playing an upright forest officer battling social barriers set by the patriarchal society. The film is scheduled for a digital release on June 18 on Amazon Prime Video.

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Sherni: Vidya Balan, 'We Have Been Brought Up To Believe That It’s A Man’s World' - EXCLUSIVE
Actress Vidya Balan is known for breaking stereotypes with her bold and female-centric movies, like The Dirty Picture, Kahaani, Shakuntala Devi to name a few. Once again taking the bull by its horns, the actress is all set to make her powerful presence with her next release 'Sherni' which is set to release on June 18. The film, directed by Amit Masurkar’s, will feature her as a forest officer battling patriarchal norms at her workplace.

It's been 16 years since Vidya entered the Bollywood industry; ask her if she ever thought of the film industry being a man's world she quickly replies, "I think we have been brought up to believe that it’s a man’s world period. So it’s no different with the film industry. But that’s changing, and that’s reflecting in our films. It’s no longer going to be a man’s world, it’s going to be equally our world." ALSO READ: A Netizen Spots Similarity In Vidya Balan Starrer Sherni's Poster And Simba's Iconic Footstep Scene

The trailer of Sherni which released on 1 June has created huge anticipation among Vidya’s fans. Many are expecting the film to be selected for the Oscars too. The exciting trailer showcases Vidya’s incredible journey, set in a world full of quirky yet relatable characters, as she navigates through her marriage with her rather unusual job, all this while trying to resolve the man-animal conflict. ALSO READ: Trend Of The Week: From The Family Man 2 To Vidya Balan's Sherni, Check Out The Round-Up News Of This Week

Produced by T-Series & Abundatia Entertainment, this Amazon Original Movie is directed by an award-winning filmmaker Amit Masurkar who's known for his critically-acclaimed film 'Newton'. Prime Members can stream Sherni exclusively on Amazon Prime Video starting June 18.

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