June: Nehha Pendse Talks About Trauma, Her Film Starts A Conversation About Mental Health

“June” a sensitive movie about holding on and letting go starts a discussion about mental health

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June: Nehha Pendse Talks About Trauma,  Her Film Starts A Conversation About Mental Health
The gorgeous actress and Bigg Boss Marathi contestant Neha Pendse is vivacious on social media. She is always vocal about her personal and professional life with her fans. In her recent update on Instagram, he has uploaded a video clip from her latest movie “June” and expressing her views about her latest Marathi movie. She wrote – “Is there anything more relevant? Have you also experienced this? Do places where we come from define who we are? Watch our film JUNE. Streaming now. Only on @planetmarathiott”.  The fans like the way Neha opened up her views about mental health.  The comment sections are flooded with the views of Neha’s fans and are appreciating the way the subject is portrayed. 


Marathi film “June” proved to achieve the impossible. “June” is written by Nikhil Mahajan and directed by Vaibhav Kshiti and Suhrud Godbole, “June’ is streamed on the newly launched OTT platform Planet Marathi by Akshay Badrapurkar. Nehha Pendse and Siddharth Menon are in the lead role and playing the damaged souls whose friendship leads to salvation. The city of monuments and gates in Maharashtra Aurangabad that took them back into history provides the setting for a simplistic but sensitive and affecting exploration of holding on and letting go.

Meanwhile on the work front, Neha has been shooting for the popular TV Show titles “Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain” and essaying the role of Anita Bhabhi, the character earlier played by Soumya Tandon. 



Image Source: Instagram/nehhapendse