The story of the film, which features Sahil Vaid and Parul, revolves around a young couple.
As the film intends to encourage the use of biodegradable sanitary pads, asked if she had any moment of awkwardness with her male co-star while filming, Parul told IANS: "No, not at all. The whole team was very co-operative and sensitive throughout the shoot.
"My director Nina Shrivastava and my co-actor Sahil, we were all on the same page as to what we want to show and how we would go about it. So there was no awkwardness of any kind. I'd like to say the menstrual cycle is the most natural thing to happen to a woman's body and I think we need to talk about it more without hesitation."
She believes that a major part of a teenage girl's mental energy is lost in hiding sanitary pads and in coming up with the most cryptic codes to talk about their menstrual cycle.
"The more it is talked about, the more free a lot of women would start feeling on a monthly basis," Parul added.
Parul believes that only constant conversation on women's issues at various levels can bring a substantial change instead of one special day.
"Women have been treated as inferior for years and the injustice and prejudice runs at various levels -- be it at a workplace, at homes or schools... It is time we applause women who are front-runners in various fields -- be it politics, sports, education, art, and give support and courage to the ones who are struggling to get out of the mindset of being inferior, undeserving, second rate citizens."
Images: Parul on Instagram