Tanishaa Mukerji, a Bollywood actress, discussed her role in the short film “Agni-Daah” and how it effectively and interestingly addresses concerns relating to girl child. It also carries an important societal message.
Tanishaa Mukerji begins to deal with death on a daily basis
“The plot centres on a girl who is adopted by a man who works at the cemetery,” she explains. The girl was raised in the cemetery and is immune to death because she is surrounded by dead people all the time. Yet when her father passes away, she has an emotional shock and begins to appreciate life.
The actress is well-known for her participation in “Bigg Boss 7” and a number of other reality programmes and motion pictures, including “Popcorn Khao! Mast Ho Jao,” “Sarkar,” “Tango Charlie,” and many others.
She continues, describing her on-screen persona: “‘Agni-Daah’ is about an abandoned girl. It focuses on the story of the ladies who, as a result of all the pain, emotionally disengage and shows how much it impacts them when their emotions are reawakened. The bond the girl has with death. She only realises the link after her loving father passed away.
The conversation is about a variety of societal challenges and difficulties that affect young girls, Tanishaa continues.
About Tanisha Mukerji
Indian actress Tanisha Mukerji is well-known for her roles in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi movies. She is the younger sister of actress Kajol and a member of the Mukherjee-Samarth family; her parents are director Shomu Mukherjee and actress Tanuja. In 2003, she made her acting debut in the Hindi film Sssshhh. She co-starred with Amitabh and Abhishek Bachchan in Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkar, which was her first successful film.  She competed on the reality competition Bigg Boss 7, where she finished as the first runner-up.