TV actress Sriti Jha, who is known for playing Pragya in Kumkum Bhagya, recently recited a beautiful poem #ChhabiGumGayi at Spoken Fest organized by Kommune, a performing arts collective. Yes, the actress, who had attended the First edition of Spoken Fest by Kommune in 2017 as a fan, joined as an artist this year in the second edition. Well, it is not surprising as fans are obviously aware of her inclinations toward poetry. For the unversed, Sriti, who has a degree in English Literature, is very fond of words, poem, writing, reading books and of course literature. Kumkum Bhagya to Take 25 Years Leap Soon; Are Shabbir Ahluwalia and Sriti Jha Quitting the Show?
For the uninitiated, Spoken Fest gives the young poets and storytellers a platform to share their work with fellow poetry enthusiasts. It's a stage for some of the most vibrant voices, poets, storytellers, thespians, lyricists, comedians and musicians a platform to move us and make our heart sink and brim with joy at the same time with their amazing recitals.
The actress, who is an avid reader and writes poems, recently took to the photo-sharing app to share the video of her performance at Spoken Fest. She wrote on Instagram, "Abhi bhi Nahi Dekha to dekh lijiye Link is in bio #Repost @kommuneity with @get_repost... How many of your stories have ended like this? From 'Chaabi Gum Gayi Hai', by Sriti Jha, out now on Facebook and YouTube."
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Abhi bhi Nahi Dekha to dekh lijiye Link is in bio #Repost @kommuneity with @get_repost ・・・ How many of your stories have ended like this? . From 'Chaabi Gum Gayi Hai', by Sriti Jha, out now on Facebook and YouTube. . . . . . #kommune #kommuneindia #spoken2019 #kommunity #spokenword #spokenwordpoetry #spoken #comebelong #wherewordsbelong #words #voices #stories #lovestory #india #indianparents #parents #sritijha #lgbt #queer #forbiddenlove #haha #meme #whatdoyoumeme #love #crush
Recently, Sriti, who has always been vocal about pressing matters, spoke on Me Too Movement. Expressing her feelings regarding the burning topic - MeToo movement, she wrote, "It's very difficult to talk about horrid events of abuse/violation/assault. You've to live through them again. You're mistrusted and called names. You have the fear of losing work or not getting work in future. There's a lot to lose. I have immense respect for everyone who's come out and chosen to suffer all of the above. There's no argument about the world being unsafe for women. That's why there's a male friend or brother always dropping us home. We women tell each other about sleazeballs. We do. Putting it out there you're sharing it with all of us. Giving us courage to not stay quiet, heaven forbid, it happens to us. So, thank you very much."
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On the professional front, Sriti Jha, who rose to prominence with her roles in the shows Jiya Jale, Jyoti, Dil Se Di Dua... Saubhagyavati Bhava?, Balika Vadhu, is currently seen in Zee TV's Kumkum Bhagya. The actress even won the Indian Telly Award for Best Actress award for portraying the character of Pragya in the popular soap opera Kumkum Bhagya. Watch this space for further updates.