Manmarziyan, Bhumi Pednekar’s second film opposite Ayushmann Khurrana, may be on hold, but this actress can’t wait for Toilet-Ek Prem Katha to hit the screens. In fact, she is quite proud of the film that tackles a social issue.
“There are situations in India where people have money to purchase jewellery, simply do not have money to make toilets.
In all honesty, the film comments on the mind-set of some Indian audiences. It is time for us to change and fix toilets,” she states.
The movie revolves around the beloved story of two simple types.
“An important message is being handed on through their beloved story. It will convey about a monumental alteration in society and make women see that having a bathroom is their right. They will fight for it one day,” says the actress.
Bhumi is rather clueless about the IPR controversy surrounding her film.
“Our film is original. I am not aware of the exact case and I will not be able to comment on it,” says the actress, whose weight loss story from 90 kg to 55 kg is an inspirational one.