Women naturally drawn to easier professions: Nimrat Kaur
Nimrat Kaur wanted to be in the army, but was intimidated by the tough life. The actress, who plays a combat officer in web series \"The Test Case\", says women are drawn to professions that are easier and she feels it\'s natural.
Nimrat Kaur wanted to be in the army, but was intimidated by the tough life. The actress, who plays a combat officer in web series "The Test Case", says women are drawn to professions that are easier and she feels it's natural.
"I remember while growing up, I wanted to become an army officer because my father was in the army and he sacrificed his life for our country. That is the prime reason I took up this show because this show is very close to my heart," Nimrat said at a screening of her show.
She feels it’s part of "our conditioning" that women choose something easier when it comes to career. "Everybody feels a little bit intimidated for women to be a part of something rough and physically challenging. We are naturally drawn to professions which are easier Talking about the challenges of working in the series, which is directed by the National Award winning Nagesh Kukunoor, Nimrat said: "Every project is a test case.
It's the feeling every human goes through when he or she takes up a new project. I have taken a lot of effort to present the character like an army officer." "The Test Case" is set against the backdrop of the Indian Army. Nimrat will be essaying role of Captain Shikha Singh. The narrative revolves around the life of Shikha and the hardships she faces during the training. It also stars Rahul Dev, Juhi Chawla and Atul Kulkarni in crucial roles.