Pakhi Hedge – The Central Character of Kudessan (Women From The East)

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

women from the eastWoman From The East movie is what is being awaited much. Why? Reason is obvious that the plot of the film drives the attention of the cinema lovers. The bilingual film (Hindi/Punjabi) has been the central talk of the masses since the outset. This is a woman-centric film in which the gorgeous Pakhi plays the main lead. We know Pakhi Hedge as a versatile and brilliant actress and she has made her placement in the industry with her talents, which she is now going to show the world in this flick.

Pakhi’s profile includes the television soaps, regional cinema and Tulu cinema and now she is going to prove her mettle in upcoming Bollywood movie Woman From The East (Kudessan).

The subject of women in primitive areas allured her the most that she was in tears while hearing the narrative.

Directed by Jeet Matharru, Women From The East tells the story of poor Indian woman’s plight, as she is treated like animal.

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Kudessan is the Punjabi version of Women From The East movie and is set to release on 6th March 2015.

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