Swati Semwal looks sizzling in latest pictures
Swati Semwal who played the role of Kriti Sanon’s friend Rama is a bundle of talents. She is an actor, writer, director, yoga teacher and an entrepreneur.
Mumbai-based Swati is also a director and recently released a short-film ‘Kirdaar,’ which stars popular casting director Mukesh Chhabra. Talking about ‘Kirdaar’ with an entertainment portal, Swati said,
“When I thought of making Kirdaar, the first person who came to my mind was Mukesh as he has given Indian cinema some incredible talents. He understands the mindset of an actor when they get a break in the industry and how life changes for them. The story of Kirdaar is also on a similar term. Working with him made it easier for me to execute my vision.”
Swati, who is known for making meaningful content, was in the news when she walked out of Kangana Ranaut starrer film ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi.’
She is known for her role in different fields like acting composition and directing. She has composed and coordinated numerous viral short movies like Abnormal and Sameera.
Swati Semwal is also a writer and director, and her upcoming short film is a humorous journey of two sisters from a conservative family exploring their fantasy of a sex toy. She says she is fearless as a storyteller.
“Whatever I am today is because of acting, so I give respect to it as a profession and art form, but I am way too passionate about direction,” Swati told.
Her short film “Abnormal” tackled the LGBT theme, and “Sameera” — which won two awards at My Mumbai International Short Film Festival — is about a unique love story of a Muslim girl.
Starring Aanchal Sharma and Priyanka Arya, Swati’s “Dildo Laa Rey” addresses women’s sexuality and how they should be liberalised and not keep their sexual encounters secret. Swati says she has directed around 15 short films.
“I have realised that I am a pretty fearless person in terms of direction. One of my films is about an old lady who is in love with her plant, then there is a Muslim woman in love with Shiva, there’s this new film about two girls who are in search of a dildo, and then one which is a psychological horror,” she said.
While she is trying her hand at different genres as of now, her favourite one is yet to come. She will explore the concept of a travel film with a feature film that she plans to roll soon.