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Padman Trailer: Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte's genuine yet entertaining interpretation of 'The Sanitary Man'

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Akshay Kumar's Padman trailer is out finally!

It starts with Amitabh Bachchan's voice-over portraying the story. Composed and coordinated by R Balki and delivered by Twinkle Khanna, the film depends on Arunachalam Muruganantham, who went determined to give spotless and sterile clean napkins to the ladies of his town in less cost.

Akshay Kumar is playing the hero and takes an entertaining yet legitimate interpretation of this social forbidden of periods. 

Radhika Apte, who plays Akshay Kumar's better half, has a critical part and offers a lovely science with him. It is unquestionably a crisp match to anticipate. 

Sonam Kapoor helps Akshay's character to make sanitary napkins. 

Discussing the foundation score, it has mixed well with the general vibe of the film. Truly, it has amusing minutes yet doesn't leave the earnestness and truthfulness. 

Shot in India - principally Maheshwar (close Indore) and the US (the United Nations central station in New York), Padman exhibits some delightful areas. 

Generally, tending to issues like feminine cycle, sterile napkins, female wellbeing, and cleanliness – this film will win individuals' hearts. The film is good to go to discharge on January 26, 2018. 

For the individuals who don't have the foggiest idea, maker and Akshay's significant other Twinkle had expounded on Padman otherwise known as Arunachalam Muruganantham in a short story titled The Sanitary Man from A Scared Land in her second novel The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad. Arunachalam, a Padma Shri awardee assumed a vital part in making mindfulness about menstrual cleanliness in rustic India and took upon himself the assignment of assembling financially savvy sterile cushions. 

Akshay Kumar's last discharge Toilet: Ek Prem Katha had managed the issue of open defecation in India.

Radhika Apte's "Find Your Beautiful" makes Deepika’s "My Choice" more powerful

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Deepika Padukone skint the web last year after coming out with a "My Choice" video for Vogue. Deepika, with bright smile and delightful hair, spoke about women empowerment.

Radhika Apte, Find Your Beautiful

Deepika Padukone broke the web last year after starting off with a My Choice video for Vogue. Deepika, with bright smile and delightful hair, spoke about girls empowerment along with some other 100 odd women (most of them celebrities). whereas it was a big factor for a mainstream Bollywood actress to speak about a woman’s right to explore her sexuality, wear what she desires and be liberated, she drew a lot of flak for being moralist in her approach.

Just yesterday, Radhika Apte came out with an excellent video for Blush channel and it too speaks regarding being your own woman. Radhika urges you to ‘Find Your Beautiful’ and break some rules. The Badlapur actress urges that beauty is not skin deep and queries the definition of ‘Good Indian Girl’. Now, though Dippy and Radhika’s videos are on similar lines, there's a obvious difference between the content and treatment of both these videos. we feel that while Deepika’s Vogue video was sleek and glam, Radhika’s had real women with real bodies and equally real message at the end of it.

Radhika Apte

Being liberated is not close to ‘having sex outside of wedding or coming home at 2 am’, it can be as basic as simply being yourself and living life as it comes. Ms Apte’s video makes you realise that. Basically, the My Choice video spoke regarding making decisions to bring down structure and to do what? Dress according to one’s liking and be sexually liberated. There was additional focus on Deepika unhooking her brassiere on the camera than the message itself. It did not once speak about pertinent issues like female foeticide, domestic violence or child abuse. The Unblushed video too doesn’t but there is a difference. Radhika’s video has one straightforward message BE BEAUTIFUL, FEEL BEAUTIFUL and doesn’t faux to be something else. It gives out a transparent message to all the Indian women out there: You don’t need to be slim, fair and tall to be beautiful. you're beautiful by your choices and your inherent spunk, and not because you look a precise way.
What do you think Radhika’s video speaks about the women empowerment in a more real way? Do share your view in the comment section below!

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