Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan shares long note after Gangubai Kathiawadi
Ira Khan, daughter of actor Aamir Khan, recently took to Instagram to share her thoughts after watching Gangubai Kathiawadi. The film, starring Alia Bhatt in the lead, was inspired by the life of Gangubai, whose life was documented in the book Mafia Queens of Mumbai written by S. Hussain Zaidi. Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, released in theaters on February 25, was released on Netflix on April 26. Read also| Aamir Khan does makeup better than her daughter Ira Khan, she asks “who needs tutorials”. See the pictures
Ira Khan took to her Instagram account on Sunday and shared a lengthy note in which she talked about the film and how strong Gangubai was. Ira also spoke about wanting to right the wrongs suffered after trauma suffered and ended her note with a question to her followers.
Sharing a poster of the film, Ira wrote, “You can develop a fierce will to change the evil around you from the trauma you have suffered, allowing you to ride big waves and overcome many obstacles… even then, you don’t succeed in legalizing prostitution. You can have money, intelligence, skills, connections, motivation, passion and good timing… you can REALLY want it and do your best to eradicate world hunger, stop climate change, eliminate discrimination, achieve gender equality, systematic paradigm shift… anything however big that involves more than you (because you are the only thing you have some control over)…the world is much bigger than us.”
Ira shared a quote from the sci-fi adventure film The Adam Project, which read, “We’re supposed to work on problems that our kids will solve. You might find the weird solution here or there… You’ll die before the your life’s work is done.” She added, “You were able to stop a builder/organization from demolishing the homes of thousands of people. Gangubai was victorious. She felt true gratitude, pride and joy for what she managed to accomplish. ” At the end of her note, Ira asked her followers, “Are you able to appreciate your victories?”
In the comments section, some praised Alia’s acting, while the other called the film a mirror of the company. One commented, “If you can appreciate Gangu, that means you understand life.”
Ira, who spoke out on mental health and shared her own diagnosis of clinical depression in October 2020, recently shared on her Instagram account that she started having anxiety attacks. She wrote, “Feels like impending doom. That’s how mine feels.”