In this modern adaptation of Devdas, Kalki Plays Chanda, liberated version of Chandramukhi. She brings a contemporary twist to the classic character, portraying a complex and free-spirited woman caught in the web of love and self-discovery.
Kalki delivers a powerful performance as Amrita Jayshankar, a character dealing with inner demons and societal pressures. Her portrayal adds depth to the psychological thriller, exploring the darker side of youth
Kalki takes on a complex role as Ruth Edscer, a British woman searching for her father in Mumbai. The film delves into the gritty reality of her journey, showcasing Kalki's ability to portray nuanced characters.
Kalki's portrayal of Shalini Sahay, an activist seeking justice for her murdered friend, is intense and emotionally charged, as she fights against corruption and injustice. Her character adds depth to the socio-political narrative of the film.
Kalki brings energy and charm to her role as Aditi Mehra, a tomboyish and adventurous girl. Her performance adds a lively and relatable element to the coming-of-age romantic drama. As Aditi grows up Kalki focuses on the nuances that portray Aditi as a mature girl with her essence intact.
Kalki delivers a standout performance in this critically acclaimed film, portraying the challenges and triumphs of Laila Kapoor, a young woman with cerebral palsy exploring her sexuality.