The indigenous and the aboriginal population across globe have stressed that they could identify with the fictional fable about the ‘Na’vi’ natives.
More than half the Tamil movies I watched had extremely light-skinned women from the North playing the roles of 'typical' Tamil women.
These 5 women-centred movies merely contain some feminist elements in an attempt to manipulate popular and sometimes nationalistic appeal.
Casteism, communalism, and misogyny continues to haunt our nation which makes one question if we have progressed at all since Manto's time.
Mainstream Bollywood has made the Adivasi community feel invisible and silenced much like the society which has ostracised them.
'Manto' perfectly encapsulates the writer's struggles and decline, while not putting him on a pedestal and liberally highlighting his flaws.
Durga Khote made significant contribution to Bollywood for nearly five decades, from the 1930s to the 1980s and broke many barriers in doing so.
Padmarajan through his short stories, novels, and films, portrays the most real, layered, self-compassionate, and brutal women characters.
Rather than focusing on the power play and horror of the act of rape, Malayalam films use them to titillate tantalise the male audience.
Movies are finally portraying female protagonists as being supported by their women bosses destroying the existing stereotype.