Regina, who plays the character of a mighty cop in her recent series and had recently visited the Connaught Place police station, opens up about what she learns from the series.
Srijit Mukherji’s gaze toward women is empowering and empathetic at the same time. In his writing, he respects women regardless of their job or societal status. While this is how it is supposed to be and no other way, Srijit has been doing it for a long time even when it was a rare sight with films only casting female actors for just glamour.
Jaanbaaz Hindustan Ke is yet another attempt at telling a story of Regina Cassandra winning the world.
Police officers conduct a sense of discipline in life, so what was the actress’ learning from the series, she says, “The beauty of life is that discipline is something you must have. When it comes to maintaining discipline in life, I am quite the opposite of Kavya. I don’t follow a schedule. Despite the fact that I put in strange hours, I believe the most essential discipline is to make sure you take time for yourself since burnout is a serious issue.”
While she is playing an IPS officer and even met Kiran Bedi to which she shares her experience, “It is very crucial for female IPS officers to have assistance, according to Kiran ma’am. And I think I look up to all of them because some of them have strong family structures that push them to pursue all these things. I have the utmost respect for all of them, and I believe it is a very difficult decision for women to pick their jobs over their families, especially in India. It constantly made us feel guilty, ashamed, and other unrelated emotions by society, and I think every one of these female IPS officers deserves my respect.”
At the base level, Jaanbaaz Hindustan Ke is quite an intriguing story. A woman having scaled the heights of an ecosystem dominated by men. Meanwhile, also has a family that is right now going through a rough phase because she is fighting a divorce battle with her husband which also includes the custody of their son.