[Watch] Is Corporate India Still Insensitive Towards Pregnancy?

The Logical Indian

December 9th, 2015

For working women in India, the euphoria of pregnancy almost goes hand in hand with a dire nightmare. This comes in the form of queries she faces at her workplace. Questions like – ‘Do you wish to take a break?’ or ‘How will you manage assignments after you have kids?’ If we ignore these questions, then we’ll figure out that it’s their attitude that needs a complete overhaul.

Do some corporates still deem pregnancy a bane? Radhika Apte, in this beautifully shot short-film, has an unconventional yet bold statement to make that strives to transform the attitude we might have towards pregnant women at our workplaces. #anoukboldisbeautiful

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