Kirti Kulhari Invited To Speak About ‘What Women Want’

The actor will be joined by names like Shefali Shah and Kubbra Sait for this panel discussion.

With two 200 crore films, URI: The Surgical Strike and Mission Mangal along with hit web series like Four More Shots Please!, Kirti Kulhari is one of the most formidable actors in the industry right now.

She has been invited to be a panelist at the Outlook Speak Out event and for a special session on What Women Want. The event will be held in Delhi.

Outlook Speak Out is a platform which brings together achievers who have made a difference by pushing the envelope of excellence in their chosen field. It is a platform to be outspoken and to Speak Out.

Kirti has created a storm not only with her acting prowess but also putting forth an inspiring point of view on various topical issues.

The actor will be joined by names like Shefali Shah and Kubbra Sait for this panel discussion.

A source says, “The organisers have seen Kirti’s career which is soaring now along with how she has always carried herself with panache while speaking her mind about what is going on in the society as well as in the industry. For this panel, it was a sure shot decision that she be a part of it.”

Confirming the news, Kirti Kulhari shares, “I am super excited to be part of the Outlook Speak Out event especially when they are talking about What Women Want. I have always believed that the term women empowerment has been misused because we are already a powerful gender. I feel honoured that to talk more about this, to say my piece, I have such an esteemed platform and that I can share it with two amazing, strong women like Shefali Shah and Kubbra Sait.”

On the work front, beauty Kirti Kulhari has received many accolades for her role in the recently releases Netflix Original series, Bard Of Blood. She will next be seen in the second season of Four More Shots Please! and the Hindi remake of The Girl On The Train.

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