Actress Bhamini Oza thinks her husband, actor Pratik Gandhi, doesn’t like sitting around doing nothing and vacations are a waste of time. Now Abhishek with Vakeel Babu on Amazon Mini TV Bhamini, who co-stars with Banerjee, spoke in an exclusive interview with the Hindustan Times to share her perspective on the sensitive subject the short film deals with: domestic violence.
Vakeel Babu is a short film that addresses the legal and social hurdles our country’s women must overcome to seek justice when faced with domestic violence. This short film is directed by Sumit Purohit and also stars Loveleen Mishra. Bamini said she has never witnessed an incident of domestic violence in real life, but she added that she understands the sensitivity that needs to be addressed. “While I have not exactly [witnessed] a case of domestic violence, I am aware of the problem. I understand the sensitivity this has to deal with. But we all know how to do it, especially when it comes to getting legal help for victims, through newspapers, etc. Family support, at least that person is doing well. We need a lot of support to encourage us to be.”
She added that it takes a lot of courage and strength for women not only to fight, but to speak out for justice. We have to understand and demand what we need, and it is important that everyone works for their own happiness.”
On how she thinks about relationships, she also said, “People are together because they love each other. When they get together, the only agenda is to be together for the rest of their lives.” It (the relationship) is a process in which you live together and work together (so that it thrives). You can’t plan things. You may have a certain mindset when you get married, but not in the next few years. You have to be honest about your own happiness and the happiness of others. ”