Rape culture not only flourishes, but is also actively propagated in films like Sultan.
Choppy, murky, untethered and raw- that's precisely what the narrative of Udta Punjab boils down to.
Udta Punjab is many things, and it manages to mostly balance all of them. It's a PSA on drugs. It's an indictment of corruption and greed. It's the exploration of a hypermasculine, violent, misogynistic culture.
Discussions about Hindi films that place women at the center of their story are incomplete without speaking of how women in the audience receive them.
Sairat traces the links between the regressive social laws of the Indian society in the lives of men and women in love.
In short, Ki & Ka is definitely not worth your time.
Feminism and film-making when combined, forms an intense duo because both sustain the propensity to bring a change in the society.
Neerja will give you chills down your spine!
Mona Lisa Smile begs the Zizekian question- where is the ‘freedom of choice’?
Lets look at the women as characters and not focus on their attire!