Whether we like it or not, she’s here to stay, to play a vital role in international activism.
One reason why the movie is a hit is because you can call the movie an urban comedy which has its heart in the right place. It picks a contemporary story with believable characters that has obviously appealed to modern mind-sets.
According to the National Crime Records Bureau data between 2014 and 2018, there have been 1,483 victims of acid attacks in the country. This when over the counter sale of acid was banned in 2013.
You can adore them or slam them, but you certainly cannot ignore them. The year 2019 belonged to women and the youth, they literally owned it. Here’s a roundup.
Author Raghav Chandra speaks on how atrocities and indignities against Dalits will continue till we change our approach.
Each time you read Jane Austen’s books you discover new things you haven’t noticed before, subtleties and connections and they are inexhaustible.
I applaud mainstream Bollywood for bringing out such a relevant issue and how it is dealt with. Although I don’t know what will haunt you more the film or the recent news clips!
“I grew up in a world where a woman who looks like me with my kind of skin and my kind of hair was never considered to be beautiful. And I think that’s time that stops today. I want children to look at me and see my face and I want them to see their faces reflected in mine.” – Zozibini Tunzi
Even more than three decades later, Bhopal gas leakage remains a humanitarian disaster and a global symbol of corporate negligence.
Elsa and Anna are any day better than Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, Sleeping Beauty or Cinderella and other such fairy tales that we grew up with. Tales or modern fairy tales have grownup and changed with the times and we couldn’t be happier for it.
Why keep fighting over this one Sabarimala temple where the deity becomes impure when women enter it. We have enough temples and religious places where women devotees can go and offer their prayers.
The movie rights of ‘Gone with the Wind’ were sold to David O. Selznick for $50,000, and at the time was the highest amount ever paid for movie rights.