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Haveli Mai Hungama aims to expose suppression of women: Kiran Zaveri Bhatia

The producer of Nawazuddin Siddiqui's upcoming Bole Chudiyan (2019), is set to turn director herself. 


Producer of Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Athiya Shetty-starrer, Motichoor Chaknachoor (2019), Kiran Zaveri Bhatia, is now turning writer and director with Haveli Mai Hungama. She has said that her forthcoming film aims to expose double standards, hypocrisy and suppression of women in Indian households.

Kiran Zaveri Bhatia was interacting with the media to promote Haveli Mai Hungama on Friday, 7 June, in Mumbai.

Bhatia said, "The film is a whacky entertainer and it revolves around two Marwari families. It aims to expose the double standards, hypocrisy and suppression of women in Indian households, at the same time, we have been careful not to hurt anybody's sensibilities or sentiments. Since I grew up in a Marwari family, I have added my observations to give a realistic touch to the film."

Bhatia also featured in Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), Shah Rukh-starrer Baadshah (1999) and in Roshni (2002). She also talked about acting in Haveli Main Hungama. "Acting is and will be my first love. I am doing an interesting role in the film which has four intense characters and the film is about greed, obsession, power and the life beyond," she said. 

Apart from producing Haveli Mai Hungama, Bhatia's production house is also backing films like Bole Chudiyan (2019), Glen Barretto's Rusty Aur Dusty and Navneet Baj Saini-directed Pyaar Ka Achaar.

She is also venturing into digital space with the series, 'The Consent - The Deal'.