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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.

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

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