‘Mai Taali Bajati Nahi Bajwati Hoon’: Watch the powerful promo of Sushmita Sen’s upcoming series ‘Taali’

Sushmita Sen recently published an enticing surrounding for ‘Taali’ on her social media sites, adding to the buzz surrounding the film.

Actress Sushmita Sen is all set to stun audiences once again with her next series, ‘Taali’. as Pride Month comes to a conclusion.

Sen will play the amazing transgender activist Gauri Sawant in this highly awaited project. The series is now in production and will launch on JioCinema, directed by acclaimed Marathi filmmaker Ravi Jadhav.

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Sushmita Sen recently shared an enticing surrounding for ‘Taali’ on her social media sites, adding to the buzz surrounding the film.

Sen makes a striking statement in the promo, saying, “Main Taali bajaati nahi bajwati hoon” (I don’t clap; I make others clap). This simple yet powerful remark has piqued the interest of her devoted admirers and followers.

Following the phenomenal success of her previous series, ‘Aarya,’ Sushmita Sen is excited to represent Gauri Sawant’s extraordinary journey in “Taali.”

As we all know, Pride Month is ending today. Sushmita Sen’s announcement of the promo on June 30, the final day of Pride Month, further adds to the significance of this upcoming series. In her post, Sen wrote, “Laakh gira de bijli mujhpe, mai toh satrang banu. #HappyPride Featuring @sushmitasen47 as the remarkable @shreegaurisawant in #TaaliOnJioCinema. Coming soon. Directed by @ravijadhavofficial Created by @arjunsbaran & @kartiknishandar (sic).” The message encapsulates the essence of Pride, celebrating diversity and self-empowerment.

Renee Sen, Sen’s daughter, and Charu Asopa, Sen’s sister-in-law, were quick to commend the post. Renee sincerely declared her love and unwavering support for her mother, while Charu shared her delight for the fascinating first appearance.

Gauri’s life and efforts as an activist are highlighted in the series. Gauri Sawant, the founder of the Sakhi Char Chaughi Trust, promotes safe sex and provides vital counselling services to transgender people in Mumbai.

Gauri’s own tale exemplifies resilience and bravery. She travelled to Bombay as Ganesh Sawant, leaving her family behind.

While working at an NGO, she met Gayatri, her daughter, who had been orphaned after her mother, a sex worker, died of HIV in 2001.