Actress Swara Bhasker is back on screen in the web series Bhaag Beanie Bhaag, which deals with generation gap among other themes, and she says that conflict of thoughts between parents and children are real issues.
“It was quite an interesting character for me to portray because Beanie is not like who I am in real life. I am never hesitant in life. Even as a child, I was headstrong. But Beanie’s predicament is actually universal and the problem that she goes through is quite a South-Asian problem, where culturally we have a very tight family structure,” Swara said.
“Beanie’s character resonates with youngsters of today because they all face a conflict between parental expectations and their dreams,” she claimed.
“I think generation gap is here to stay. My parents are always supportive and I would say the greatest gift our parents can give us is support. I derive so much confidence because I know that even when the world will go against me, I can come home to my parents. That is what gives us the confidence to fly high,” concluded Swara. Bhaag Beanie Bhaag streams on Netflix. — IANS