Kirti Kulhari’s Shaadishthan takes on the society’s regressive beliefs


Director Raj Singh Chaudhary specified, “Shaadisthan is an actually special movie to me as it is influenced by a story in my own life. The movie is well crafted in a method that the audiences can find their bits of home entertainment while understanding an essential social issue. Each character in the film is distinct and celebrates its own individualism and all the other components of the film are influenced by genuine life situations.”
Kirti Kulhari was last seen in the Parineeti Chopra-starrer The Girl on the Train, which released on Netflix earlier this year.

The Raj Singh Chaudhary directorial has Kirti Kulhari playing the function of a vocalist. The journey would lead to a clash of ideology and beliefs, leading to remarkable denouement.
On associating with the film Kirti Kulhari in a statement shared how she might quickly relate to her character Sasha.

Disney+ Hotstar launched the trailer of its most current initial film– Shaadishthan. The Raj Singh Chaudhary directorial has Kirti Kulhari playing the function of a singer. Her band of nonconformist artists take a roadway journey with a conservative couple and their teenage daughter. The journey would lead to a clash of ideology and beliefs, causing significant denouement.
The teenage girl, not able to fight her parents, tells the artist she wishes she had enough nerve to end her life. Kirtis character Sasha, while talking to the girls mom, shares how ladies like her battle daily so that these homemakers do not have to combat in their world.
The ensemble cast also includes actors like Medha Shankar, Nivedita Bhattacharya and real-life artists Shenpenn Khymsar, Apurv Dogra and Ajay Jayanthi, while Kay Menon makes an unique appearance. Bankrolled by Famous Studios and Opticus INC, Shaadisthan will start streaming from June 11 on Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex.

On connecting with the movie Kirti Kulhari in a declaration shared how she might quickly associate with her character Sasha. “An unapologetic, positive and strong young woman who lives life on her own terms, makes every effort to shatter stereotypes, and isnt fretted about being judged by anyone,” she said describing her character. She stated Shaadisthan is not only an amusing film but also holds a mirror to the society and the conditioning it imposes on individuals and how people live by it as if its their fact.