Video of Radhika Apte 'The Calling' Ad Film / Youtube On Discrimination Against Pregnant Women At Jobs / Companies By Superiors


RADHIKA APTE IN 'THE CALLING' - AHALYA, KABALI ACTRESS RADHIKA APTE 'S NEW AD FILM PORTRAYING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN AT JOB AREA /COMPANIES BY SUPERIORS DURING PREGNANCY TIMES IS WELL DIRECTED AND GIVES COURAGE TO WOMEN ON HOW TO FIGHT BACK AND EXPOSES THE DARK SIDE OF SUPERIOR MANGERS AT WORK ON THE FEMALE. Apte's 2 minute ad film Titled The Calling, is a hardhitting take on the 'glass ceiling' that most expecting working women bump into (Pun intended). 'Glass ceiling' is a commonly-used metaphor used for describing the invisible barrier that hinders the advancement of women up the corporate ladder.
Radhika Apte 'The Calling' 2 Min Short Ad Film On Discrimination Against Pregnant Women At Jobs / Companies By Superiors

AHALYA, KABALI ACTRESS RADHIKA APTE 'S ' THE CALLING' SHORT AD FILM ON GENDER BIAS IN JOB AREAS ON PREGNANT WOMEN 


Radhika  Apte plays the role of a troubled employee, Shaheen, who confronts her boss (Shernaz Patel) after she is passed over for a promotion.

"You are judging me by my pregnancy not on my work," she tells Shernaz in one scene. Her boss responds, "I think you should focus on your baby and next year when you come back ofcourse we will consider you for a promotion. "I think I can manage both," an agitated Shaheen replies.

WATCH VIDEO RADHIKA APTE 'S 'THE CALLING' SHORT FILM 2 MINUTES ADVERTISEMENT ON TROUBLES FACED BY PREGNANT WOMEN IN COMPANIES (JOBS)



Many dialogues like "It's a management decision," "Clients need a senior architect who is around," "Nice jacket, lovely colour. It almost hides your bump," might perhaps sound familiar to many women, particularly from the service sector, where employees are expected to look their best.

The twist, however, occurs right in the end. Watch what Radhika decides in the end is bold and beautiful:


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