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Lipstick Under My Burkha challenges India's patriarchal society as well as the film industry's bias against women. Variety.com Anubha Yadav, University of Delhi "We see many films on male bonding, bu...
It is important that we recognize that Abhishek Chaubey's film is not about the "public" significance of how drug-trafficking is swallowing up a state's population. Yes, the film uses that vocabulary, and so does the national media reportage on its content and intent. However, I would like to insist that Chaubey's is clearly a "political" work.
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Because dear sir, your game is up. Even the government that supported you thus far, will not be able to wash down the embarrassment you have generated with this idiotic and hypocritical move.
As questions were raised over several Censor Board members having BJP links, its new chief Pahlaj Nihalani, a film maker, today said he was proud to be a "BJP person" and called Prime Minister Narendr...