She has written and produced the film titled "Forever Whim". It tells the story of a mother-daughter relationship with the former getting diagnosed with cancer.
"This movie is not about a patient fighting an illness. It touches upon the sensitive mother-daughter relationship. I remember this particular scene, where I have to record a video diary and look composed, I started crying hysterically and nothing could stop me," Kanika said in a statement.
"So the director decided to go ahead with that shot. I was emotionally drained during the entire writing process. I could feel the pain as my own. I kept thinking about my son," she added.
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