Does Crime Patrol help or harm?
Crime shows besides spreading awareness may misguide viewers
Crime Patrol with grave efforts has been covering diverse topics ever since its inception. The crime saga has covered subjects like human trafficking, terrorism, child abuse, domestic violence and much more. While the effort to spread awareness is worth an applause, we believe the show can have negative effects as well. Click here to read more
Balika Vadhu : Was Anup Soni and Smita Bansal’s exit from the show planned?
Although the Balika Vadhu stars claim, that quitting the show together was a surprising coincidence, it seems like a planned stint to us. Nonetheless, it’s the end of the road for Bhairon and Sumitra Singh
Bhairon (Anup Soni) and Sumitra (Smita Bhansal), Anandi’s in-laws in Balika Vadhu have quit the show. Talking about Smita and his exit from the show together, Anup Soni said, “That’s a surprising coincidence. I keep telling her jokingly that I won’t work with her again as we won’t have anything new to offer to the viewers.” Click here to read more
Kill The Rapist? trailer: Brutal and disturbing!
Director-writer Sanjay Chhel’s new thriller talks about the rampant issue of rape in India, but takes a violent approach to the subject
In a country where a rape case is reported every 22 minutes, sexual abuse is a dark reality we all live with. In the light of the rape cases that have grabbed headlines in India recently, Sanjay Chhel’s new movie Kill The Rapist? gives a disturbing account of stalking, threatening, molestation and rape that a girl suffers at the hands of a thug. Click here to read more
Remembering the Delhi gang-rape: That dark day a year ago
Even as the collective grief and rage over December 16 fades, artistes are keeping the conversation on violence against women alive through creative expressions of outrage
In her strong guttural voice, noted theatre artiste Maya Krishna Rao took to the streets of Delhi late last year in protest of the grisly gang rape that occurred on December 16: “Not 5 not 6 not 7 not 8 not 11…at 12 in the midnight, I want to walk the streets. At 2, at 3, at 4, I want to walk, sit on a bus, lie in the park…” Click here to read more
Mumbai Film Festival 2013 must-see: Brave Miss World, film on rape survivor Linor Abargil – watch trailer
Brave Miss World, Cecilia Peck’s award-winning documentary, features Linor Abargil, Miss World 1998 and rape survivor. The film will be screened at the Mumbai Film Fest this year. Watch trailer to know more
One of the must-watch documentary films at the Mumbai Film Festival 2013 is Brave Miss World. The much-talked about film, directed by Cecilia Peck (daughter of Hollywood star Gregory Peck), shows Miss World 1998 Linor Abargil’s story of determination and courage in the face of a sexual assault. The beauty queen was a bright 18-year-old when she was raped at knife-point by her travel agent Uri Shlomo in Italy. This was just seven weeks before the Miss World pageant.
Linor came out about her assault and inspired many more women to reveal their story Click here to read more