Anjali praised Abhinav Bindra's stand on the issue and hoped that it would inspire more sporting heroes to use their privilege to help the wrestlers' cause.
The artists were recently seen in Anjali Menon's film 'Wonder Women', which released on SonyLiv
A handful of pregnant women attend a pre-natal course, where they learn more about impending childbirth, parenthood, their own identities, and more
According to the director, he has not taken any course on cinema even when he decided to direct films.
In an interview to an online media platform, Anjali had said it was better for reviewers to study how films are made before passing judgements
Parvathy who is starring in Anjali Menon's 'Wonder Women' has said cinema must highlight injustices.
The film narrates the story of six pregnant women, who arrive at a pre-natal class with beliefs, confusion, and questions regarding pregnancy and childbirth.
She said her film featuring Parvathy, Padma Priya, Nithya Menon, Sayanora Philip, Sanah Moidutty, Archana Padmini and Amrutha Subash will be a direct OTT release
While many, including celebrities congratulated the actors after the announcement on Friday, some comments were speculative.
Initially, most netizens who saw the posts individually congratulated the three stars.