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Kirti Kulhari

Flanked by an orange halterneck (teamed defiantly with trackpants), and an yellow halterneck dress pinched invitingly up front, with a printed, kaftanesque dress heart-stoppingly abbreviated in between, you could be forgiven for taking the scene as LA, circa 1971. Alas, that bunched up red gown spoils the effect. Our subjects (L to R, Bani J, Kirti Kulhari, Manavi Gagroo and Sayani Gupta) are the leads of the series Four More Shots Please! The first season was slammed for not being nuanced enough. Why, that heavily tattooed arm extending itself to support an aching limb is subtlety personified!

A chat with actresses Shefali Shah, Kubbra Sait and Kirti Kulhari.

(From left) Ruben Banerjee, Outlook Editor-in-Chief; Arti Jaiman, Station Director of Gurgaon Ki Awaz Samudayik Radio; Shefali Shah, national award-winning actress; Dr Priyanjali Datta, founder of Aaroogya that teaches rural women how to self-examine for breast cancer; actress Kirti Kulhari, who stood out in the movie Pink; Shehi Shafi, Dubai-based artist; Deepa Malik, India’s first Paralympic medal winner; behind Deepa is Indranil Roy, CEO, Outlook Group; actress Kubbra Sait, appreciated for playing a transgender in Sacred Games; Anjum Moudgil—Punjab Police sub-inspector, abstract artist, medallist in shooting World Championships; Jagi Mangat Panda, Managing Director of Ortel Communications. They won the Outlook Speakout Awards 2019.

Bollywood actors Sobhita Dhulipala and Kirti Kulhari attend the special screening of Netflix original 'Bard of Blood', in Mumbai.

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Bollywood actors Emraan Hashmi, Kirti Kulhari, Vineet Kumar, Sobhita Dhulipala and Shah Rukh Khan attend the special screening of Netflix original 'Bard of Blood', in Mumbai.

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