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Bano Nayi Soch: #UnstereotypeCinema – A Campaign by Oxfam India and FII

Bano Nayi Soch: #UnstereotypeCinema – A Campaign by Oxfam India and FII

If women aren't equally represented in our films, how will our stories be accurately told? In a study of over 1300 characters in 45 mainstream Hindi films, it was found that there were at least 2.5 times more male characters than there were female ones.

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