Sriti Jha (Pragya) shares Poem to celebrate International Women’s Day
If you are an ardent follower of Sriti Jha (Pragya in Twist of fate) on her social profiles then you would know that beyond being a popular and much loved actress, she is also a great literary lover.
Sriti has no qualms letting the world know that her happy place is sitting in a couch fully engrossed in a book while drinking a warm cup of tea (or something). She is also a fan of book retreats and spoken words event.
Today, she shared a glimpse of her talent in spoken words through a poem posted on her instagram page. The poem which was intense and beautiful is dedicated to the celebration of women and their need to be themselves always.
It also marked her contribution towards the International Women’s Day celebrated March 8th every year.
Watch the video below:
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Filter – was a page from my diary that was never intended to leave the pages of it but I am glad that it did This is extremely extremely extremely personal and unfiltered This piece was caused by my general lack of courage and inspired by @kausarmunir ’s ‘yeh kavita Abhi shuru nahi hui’ Thank you @kommuneity @tessjoseph19 @ #Repost from @kommuneity with @regram.app … * The Sound of Small Revolutions: Voice #1 * Swipe ➡️ When was the last time you felt like yourself on social media? Unedited, raw, and completely vulnerable, our first voice in The Sound of Small Revolutions blows us away every single time. Written and Performed by: Sriti Jha ( @itisriti ) Shot & Directed by: Tess Joseph ( @tessjoseph19 ) Artwork: Rhea Iyer ( @oddwaffling ) Team Kommune: Farishte Irani ( @runawaybookworm ) Sachit Chainani ( @sachit_chainani ) Thank you: Tele-Tracks Dubbing Studio Hanif Shiekh Aditya Malik ( @aditya7994 ) Slam Out Loud ( @slamoutloud ) . . . . #kommune #kommuneindia #kommunity #womensday #2019 #sritijha #itisriti #women #empowered #empoweringwomen #empowering #fightback #speakup #rebel #indianwomen #feminist #feminism #filter #nofilter #rebel #revolution #pocketsizedfeminism #feministart #feministpoetry #femaleempowerment