Veteran actress and social activist Shabana Azmi has finished shooting for the upcoming film "Idgaah".
The 65-year-old shared the news on Twitter on Tuesday. She wrote: "And it's a wrap for me on 'Idgaah'. On my way to Delhi for Actionaid meeting".
The film is said to be based on Hindi writer Premchand's short story of the same name.
Shabana recently shot a "heart-wrenching" scene for "Idgaah". She shared that the scene will show her beating a boy.
"Shot a heart-wrenching scene for 'Idgaah' today with young Yohaan. The look of being betrayed in his eyes as I beat him will torment me forever," Shabana, who was last seen on the big screen in "Neerja", had earlier tweeted.
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