Lipstick Under My Burkha is not just the story of these four characters. It is the story of my friends and my desires as Indian women.
Malayalam actor Dileep has been arrested for the abduction & assault of an actress. His films aren't exempt from the stench of sexism either.
The representation of Muslim women in Indian cinema has been meagre. There are hardly any films solely dedicated to them. In films where they can be found, their roles are often diminished or stereotypical.
Desi families are not the only ones who deny their children the autonomy of choosing a partner, it is a global phenomenon.
By portraying the things, whose presence we refuse to acknowledge in society, Rituparno Ghosh was unabashed about his opinions and his cinematic vision.
Marathi cinema presently shows modern heroines with empowered ideals, but they somehow fail to break free from patriarchal shackles and understand the oppression of societal norms that they have internalised.
Wonder Woman is perhaps the most relatable big screen superherione I’ve come across, off-setting years of unidimensional female leads.
A Death In The Gunj, a film by a female director talking about loss and the clutches of masculinity in its most brutal and manipulative form.
Loev is not a political film – it is simply a love story about an unusual love. But the act of making this film was a political one.
Wonder Woman, the first superhero film with a female protagonist, was hyped to be a promising film, however, it couldn’t completely fulfil.