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'Gone Kesh': Shweta Tripathi's film on a teenage girl's struggle with alopecia lauded by critics, audience

Shweta Tripathi with a poster of her next film. Photograph:( WION Web Team )

WION Web Team Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Mar 29, 2019, 01.09 PM (IST)

Shweta Tripathi Sharma starrer ‘Gone Kesh’ released in the theatres today and has been receiving a good response from both the critics and audiences alike. 

It is based on the story of a teenage girl who aspires to be a dancer but faces a roadblock in her career after she discovers that she suffers from alopecia and how she overcomes it to pursue her passion. 

Breaking stereotypes that an actress needs her hair to look beautiful, Shweta underwent training and good hours of makeup to look the part. 

According to several critics, Shweta runs the film that stands because of its cast and the way they take this story ahead. The actress met with alopecia patients to understand the character’s psyche. 

She was previously seen in ‘Haraamkhor’ and ‘Masaan’ in important roles.  

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According to several critics, Shweta runs the film that stands because of its cast and the way they take this story ahead.