The show narrates a love story set in Meerut where Swara plays the role of a stern English teacher who is the object of attraction for Ayushmaan Saxena's character Nand.
Swara Bhasker took to Twitter to explain the purpose of the scene to the CBFC Chief and pointing out that maybe he misunderstood it.
All that Bollywood actor Swara Bhasker has to do to be in news is choose intelligent roles onscreen, like she has been doing so far, just be herself offscreen
The actress said hatred is being legitimised through terms like 'tukde tukde' gang and legislation like CAA and the National Register of Citizens.
Swara said if a particular community feels that something bad is happening to them, the privileged ones must not dismiss it.
Swara Bhasker said that she is currently holidaying in Europe and will be back on Twitter when she returns home.
Swara Bhasker is glad that Veere Di Wedding is the first mainstream Bollywood film to openly show female desire and start a conversation about it.
Swara Bhasker is feeling very happy with the rest of the team of 'Veere Di Wedding' about the success of the film.