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Rushati Mukherjee

Rushati Mukherjee is a Producer of the news podcast BBC Minute India, for BBC World Service. They have written for national and regional outlets as a freelance Features journalist. They are on the Advisory Board of the British Council's international journalism conference, Future News Worldwide. They are also a translator and a poet, and have been an official blogger at the Jaipur Literature Festival. They can be reached at @rushatim on Twitter.

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‘Pushpa’ Film Review: The Problematics In The Making Of A Hypermasculine Hero

The recently released Telugu movie Pushpa: The Rise brings forward some brute on-ground realities but also is an urgent call to critically deal with how society accepts the superiority of a certain type of masculinity as the deciding quality of a conventional hero.
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Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui has more limitations than strengths, and ends up normalising what it sets out to critique
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The Acquittal Of Franco Mulakkal: How One Woman’s Agony Becomes Every Woman’s Agony

Amidst survivor blaming, glorifying the acquitted Franco Mulakkal, and judicial stereotyping of the survivor, how do women really feel?

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