We Dwelled Deeper On Subhadra From Sacred Games And Trust Us, The Results Were Not Disappointing.

We Dwelled Deeper On Subhadra From Sacred Games And Trust Us, The Results Were Not Disappointing.

Rajshri Deshpande, famous as Subhadra, is an actress who has not limited herself to just acting. She is a lawyer, an adventurer, a dancer, a social activist and a traveler. Born in Aurangabad in a Maharashtrian family, she was always an entertainer. An aspiring girl at 17, she left her home to study law in Pune. Due to lack of money, she supported herself by teaching dance, worked in short films, joined an advertising company and doing theatre. Eventually, she established her own firm named ‘Czar Content’. But all these developments in her life could not obstruct her love for acting. Later she turned it in the hands of her partner and went to Mumbai. She obtained a diploma in film-making from whistling woods.

Her Career.

She has worked in a number of short films and plays in her career. She debuted in Indian entertainment industry with ‘Talaash’ in 2012. But it wasn’t until she starred in ‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ that she became famous. She played the role of ‘Laxami’ in the movie for which they won ‘1st Runner up people’s choice award Rome’ in ‘Toronto International Film Festival’. Portrayal of ‘Durga’ in ‘Sexy Durga’ won the movie ‘Hivos Toger Award’ at Rotterdam Film Festival. Furthermore, she has acted in two TV shows ‘Kuch Toh Log Kahenge’ and ’24’ besides Anil Kapoor. She played a double role in ‘Haram’ in a Malayalam film Haram in 2015.

Now, she has started acting in web series. In January 2018, she began with BBC One’s ‘McMafia’ on Amazon Prime. She has received critical acclaim for her role as ‘Subhadra’ in Anurag Kashyap’s ‘Sacred Games’. Also, criticized for her sex scenes with Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the series by some of the audience. But being a believer of creative and sexual freedom, it didn’t faze her. She will now be seen in Nandita Das’ ‘Manto’.

In Addition, Rajshri has served with a lot of NGOs. She has adopted ‘Pandhri Pimpalgaon’, a village of Maharashtra where she administered a rain-water harvesting plant. She has launched projects for women empowerment and violence against women. Sustainable development and cleanliness are some of other themes she continues to work on.


Her view about Life.

On her website she quoted, “To me life is an unprepared journey to unknown places. Uncertainty is the most inevitable thing. Whatever station comes, I get off, take a look around, enjoy being there and move on towards a new location.

The joy of being there is the joy of my life. The geographical, mental, emotional journeys are the things which define me. I wish the journey goes on and on. Life is an ongoing process of learning, and I wish I never stop learning.”


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