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The film is directed by Alankrita Shrivastava and also stars Konkona Sen Sharma
The former CBFC chairman has accused the Prasoon Joshi-led body of carrying out a "personal vendetta" against his film
The Lipstick Under My Burkha actor speaks on her Bollywood career and her role as Priyanka Gandhi in The Accidental Prime Minister
On Women’s Day, we ask directors and female actors if women-centric films are truly so, and if they sell at box office
Stating that the representation of women in the mainstream Indian cinema has been "coquettish" for far too long, eminent filmmakers and actors say it is important to question such stereotypes
Ekta Kapoor and Alankrita Shrivastava have come together again for another project also to be centred around women
The actor believes that teaching children the art of film appreciation in schools can bring back the audience to theatres
This week-long column is a contemplation of the films watched by the writer on each day of the ongoing 19th Mumbai Film Festival
Aahana Kumra of Lipstick Under My Burkha fame says the veteran actor has played a huge role in her career so far
The actor, who is gearing up for the release of Baadshaho, talks about the film, being part of multi-starrers, and the box office, among other things.
Bareilly Ki Barfi is the latest addition to a host of films which talk about the portrayal of small town women and their desire to not be judged
The film which has some clever writing and good performances stays too light to make much of an impression
Alankrita Srivastava's film kickstarted the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) that aims to highlight the diversity in Indian cinema.
Lipstick Under My Burkha is an exploration of women’s relationship with their bodies
The ‘A’ certificate given to Taramani for portraying women drinking has created a much-needed debate. Directors and censor board officials weigh in…
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