Swara Bhasker To Play Investigative Officer In Upcoming Film ‘Mimamsa’

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Swara Bhasker Mimamsa: Actor Swara Bhasker will be playing the role of an investigative officer in her upcoming movie Mimamasa. It is a murder mystery set to release later this year. After the success of her role as a cop in the thriller series Flesh, Bhasker will be donning the uniform yet another time.

Talking about the movie, Bhasker said in a statement that the experience of shooting for the movie was one of a kind. It kept her invested throughout the shoot. She is sure that it will have the same impact on the viewers. This was the first film she shot after lockdown last year.

Bhasker added that it helped her have a sense of gratitude for the work she does. “Without revealing much, I am just going to say that the movie will take you on a journey that is layered, is mysterious, and thought-provoking,” she added.

Mimamsa is directed by Gagan Puri and bankrolled by Moffy Production. Co-produced by K.P Production, the film also stars Brijendra Kala. Currently, it is in its post-production phase and will be releasing later this year.

Recently, Swara Bhasker was in the news as a complaint was filed against her in connection with a viral video of an elderly Muslim man who claimed that he was assaulted. He added that his beard was cut and he was forced to chant, “Jai Shree Ram”. The authenticity of the claims he made stood challenged when contrasting reports regarding the incident arose.

The complaint was lodged against her, journalist Arfa Khanum Sherwani, Manish Maheshwari and Asif Khan of Twitter India for giving “communal colours to the incident.” Read more here.

Swara Bhasker starrer Sheer Qorma, an LGBTQ film won the Best Short Film award at the 34th Connecticut LGBTQ Film Festival this year. Making the announcement, its director Faraz Arif Ansari wrote on Twitter, “WE WON! #SheerQorma wins the BEST SHORT FILM, Audience Award at the 34th Connecticut LGBT Film Festival @OutFilmCT. Out of 83 short films in competition from over the world, we received the highest audience score.”