Saiyami Kher has taken a bold stand to bring attention to the glaring lack of support for women-centric stories in the Indian film industry. Drawing inspiration from the iconic hand pump scene in the blockbuster movie “Gadar,” which originally starred Sunny Deol, Saiyami’s impactful video serves as a powerful call to action.
In the video, Saiyami pays homage to the memorable hand pump scene from “Gadar” by reimagining it in her own unique style. With a touch of finesse and flair, she recreates the iconic moment, pulling out the pump, only to discard it in a Ghoomer-inspired move, reminiscent of her recent film “Ghoomer.” Her message is crystal clear: Women are equally capable of achieving victories for their country. She accompanies her post with a heartfelt tag to Sunny Deol, expressing her gratitude for the inspiration he represents.
Sunny Deol himself showed his support for the film “Ghoomer” by sharing Saiyami’s video on his personal social media account, providing a positive endorsement for her message.
Saiyami’s recent cinematic venture, “Ghoomer,” casts her in the challenging role of a paraplegic cricketer who loses her right hand in a tragic accident. Her character’s journey mirrors her own in terms of determination and resilience. Guided by her coach, played by Abhishek Bachchan, Saiyami’s character emerges triumphant, leading her team to victory and proudly bringing the trophy home for India.
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Under the masterful direction of renowned filmmaker R Balki, “Ghoomer” goes beyond conventional boundaries and perceptions. The film’s portrayal of a woman’s fight against adversity stands as a compelling testament to the potential of women-centric narratives to inspire and resonate with audiences on a universal scale. Supported by performances from Angad Bedi and Shabana Azmi, “Ghoomer” reinforces the significance of empowerment and inclusivity.
As the film takes viewers on an emotional and inspirational journey, Saiyami’s thought-provoking video sparks an important conversation about the role cinema plays in challenging stereotypes and advocating for transformation. The movie’s wide theatrical release further amplifies its impact, catalyzing discussions about the imperative to champion and amplify the voices of women within the industry.