Swara Bhaskar who appeared in a few Bollywood films is more fond of politics. That is why she is constantly seen making statements about the same. Now, recently, she met Mamata Banerjee. In the meeting, she said, "There are many youngsters who have risked their careers, their livelihoods to keep the resistance alive. Apart from her, Richa Chadha also met Mamata Banerjee and said, "I am living in a regime that is directly inspired by the Nazi party".
In a dialogue session with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today, Swara Bhaskar said, "Today artists are facing a lot of opposition in telling stories. Lyricists Javed Akhtar, Munavwar Farooqi and Aguhara Joshua were also present. Meanwhile, Swara told Mamata Banerjee, "There are many youngsters who have risked their careers, their livelihoods to keep the resistance alive in their small ways. Today, we are all unemployed. '
Introducing stand-up comedian Munavwar Farooqi, Swara said, "He spent a month in jail and is constantly being targeted by right-wing groups. Meanwhile, Swara pointed to another person and said, "Comedians Aditi Mittal, Munavvar, Aadhaana Joshua were vandalised to host them. '
You can see Swara Bhaskar sharing a video of the dialogue and wrote on Instagram: 'Today in Mumbai. In informal talks with the West Bengal CM. My question to Mamata Banerjee, about her opinion about the UAPA law. Here we hope to have a leadership that respects the rule of law, our constitutional values and provisions and abides by fair governance, even if it is for their loss. Because there is no bigger party than the country. '