Mumbai: Actress Sayani Gupta has created her own special identity by playing different characters in Hindi cinema.
Sayani was born 9 October 1985 in Kolkata, West Bengal. She did her graduation studies at the Film and Television Institute of India. Sayani made her film debut in the year 2012 with the film Second Marriage.com.
The actress has appeared in Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan, Baar Baar Dekho, Jolly LLB 2 and the recently released Article 15. Apart from this, Sayani also received a lot of accolades from the out-of-the-box films like Margarita with a Straw and Parched. She has also been part of some successful web series like Inside Edge and Four More Shots Please. Sayani is a brilliant actress and is constantly seen advancing her versatility.
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She had shared a picture of her bald look on social media which surprised her fans. Sayani is counted among those fine actresses who work a bit out of the trend, works hard to play her character and goes through many transformations. With this post, Sayani informed that she has used prosthetics for the look.
Sayani who is also known for her blunt opinions, shared an incident during the #Metoo movement.
“When I was 7-8 years old, I was surrounded by an old man in the bus, at that time I crushed his leg to protect myself, causing him to shout. It is very important to do this for your safety. Women should always be wary of people whose motives are wrong,” she said.
“MeToo campaign should have started 15-20 years ago. I would like to thank actress Tanushree Dutta who initiated this,” she added.