’Sweta Unstoppable' tells the real story of 19-year-old Indian rugby player Sweta Shahi, set in her home town of Nalanda, a village in rural India. Sweta’s story is one of perseverance, overcoming hardship, societal and cultural barriers to pursue the sport she loves. It illustrates how rugby has been a catalyst for her strength and positivity; how the sport helped her overcome other hurdles in life.
The film is central to World Rugby’s ‘Try and Stop Us’ campaign to inspire the women and girls across six continents to take up, or learn more about, rugby. Teaching them through a first-hand story, that the sport has the power to make them unstoppable.
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