arwat Gilani, who is one among the protagonists of the online series Churails, says her perspective of the word churail has changed after doing the show and she or he now doesn’t mind being called one.
In a recent interview, the actor said: “My perspective of the word ‘churail‘ has changed after performing on the show. i think that somebody who is labelled a ‘churail‘ is, strong, fearless and opinionated.”
“I don’t mind being called a churail‘ anymore.”
She added: “The show is delivering a robust message. the last word purpose is to uplift sisterhood and womanhood in society. I hope the show leaves behind an issue that results in much-needed change. The direction we would like to require this to aims at bringing a robust change around us.”
Earlier, Sarwat shared that she took inspiration from Meryl Streep’s character Miranda Priestly within the Devil Wears Prada for her character in Churails. Sarwat plays a lawyer turned wife Sara within the series, which has been creating waves ever since it aired.
Churails has been created and directed by Cake director Asim Abbasi. It also features Mehar Bano, Yasra Rizvi, Nimra Bucha and Omair Rana among others. The show is currently streaming on Zee5.