Apart from acting, Shashank Vyas has a fondness for poetry. Since the beginning of this year, she has been sharing her poems with the world via Instagram. Whether it be the plight of migrant workers or the untimely death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the Laila Manju actor expresses his feelings and feelings through his poetry. Vyas was devastated by the recent Hathras case in which a 19-year-old girl was gang-raped by four men, and she realized it was time for women to stand up for themselves and fight for their souls. So, he wrote a poem called Kab Tak and got an animated video and dubbed for it.
Vyas, through his poetry, wants the women of our country to fight for their safety and honor. He says, “Once our women are brave enough to beat these monsters shit, trust me, no one would ever think of doing that to a woman. Today, girls do not have to wait for Krishna to come and save them. This is the time when our Lakshmi Kalis become Kalis.
* Kali *, dark angel, dancing in the flames of your own heart, churning, trembling, trembling, trembling, melting, dying — to feel like new life. Kali is a powerful force of energy and power that cuts through the ambiguities of the ego mind. She’s scary and awe-inspiring, not in any way beautiful — shallow, unmanageable, comfortable. Kali, looking at her, couldn’t care less whether she likes it or not. She’s not afraid of her right, and if you are, it’s on you. “Every woman has Kali inside. She destroys only the Revival, and she destroys the sin, ignorance and filth. Unleash the Kali within you.” Concept @ Ishankwoyas Music @ Semalbhat Animation
The Balika Bride star speaks her mind on social media and is not subject to troll or criticism. “I don’t care what others say. Whatever I do, it’s for me. I don’t want to hold back because I have to let it go. I always write my impressions. People ask, how does my poem or post make a difference, and by doing something, at least, I started somewhere, but by questioning myself like that, you’re still away from any kind of change, ”he signs off.