However, Shalini refuses to submit, and is determined to do whatever it takes to find her daughter. Qureshi feels this is why Leila has not only made waves in India but also touched viewers all over the world. These explore themes that also feature in Leila, including religious hatred, and also show how women fight against being consigned by fanatical holy men to joyless, exploited lives. Qureshi flags another example of reality trumping fiction. The dystopian TV series Leila is set in a totalitarian regime that suppresses women. View image of Credit: Netflix. By Rahul Verma 21 August Huma Qureshi, who plays the lead character Shalini, was immediately drawn to the series, an adaptation of the acclaimed novel Leila by Prayaag Akbar. Leila also nods to events dominating our newsfeeds beyond India: we see young children locked up in cages, and a character calls for the building of a giant wall to keep out the unwanted.
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