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‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ actress Swati Semwal Turns Up The Heat In Her Latest Pictures

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'Bareilly Ki Barfi' actress Swati Semwal Turns Up The Heat In Latest Pictures

Swati Semwal  Bold Pictures: Actor, writer, director, yoga teacher and an entrepreneur Swati Semwal is a bundle of talents, who was seen as Kriti Sanon’s friend Rama in ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ and acted alongside Rajkummar Rao in ‘Fanney Khan.’ Mumbai-based Swati always wanted to be associated with strong films with good content.

 

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 Hence, the actress is quite choosy when it comes to roles and does not want to waste her potential. Swati released a short-film ‘Kirdaar,’ which stars popular casting director Mukesh Chhabra. Talking about ‘Kirdaar’ with an entertainment portal, Swati said, “When I thought of making Kirdaar, the first person who came to my mind was Mukesh as he has given Indian cinema some incredible talents.

 

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She understands the mindset of an actor when they get a break in the industry and how life changes for them. The story of Kirdaar is also on a similar term. Working with him made it easier for me to execute my vision.” Swati, who is known for making meaningful content, was in the news when she walked out of Kangana Ranaut starrer film ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi.’ Earlier, talking about the film, Swati said, “After the meeting, I realised that it [the role] was not so significant anymore.

 

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 It was not what we signed for when I signed the film, so we decided to part ways.” Semwal was cast as Parvati, Bhau’s wife. “I’m looking for performance-oriented, substantial roles. I am not stuck on lead roles, but whatever I have to do, I want it to be substantial enough and even ‘Manikarnika’ had a pretty strong character. But now I don’t think so it’s the same anymore,” she said.