Nirbhaya case News
Shah Rukh Khan refuses to comment on juvenile’s release in Nirbhaya case
After his comments on intolerance being misconstrued, he needs to be very cautious
Bollywood badshah Sharukh Khan on Tuesday refused to comment on whether justice was served in the release of the juvenile involved in the 2012 Delhi gang rape case. Click here to read more
Shocking: Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Padnekar refuse to comment on India’s Daughter getting banned
The documentary by the British filmmaker Leslee Udwin has been banned recently in India by the government….
Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Padnekar are on cloud nine. The two have been getting great reviews for their latest film Dum Laga Ke Haisha. The duo, alongwith producer Maneesh Sharma and director Sharat Kataria, were Click here to read more
India’s Daughter gets support from Bollywood celebs like Genelia Deshmukh and Aditi Rao Hydari!
Watch it before banning it, says Bollywood!
Members of the film fraternity reacted strongly against the orders to restrain the broadcast of a documentary based on December 16, 2012 gang-rape, including an interview with a convict. They termed the orders a sign of “ostrich mentality” and asked questions like “Why ban it” and “Where are we headed”? Click here to read more
Indiva band to pay musical tribute to Nirbhaya on her 2nd death anniversary
The all-female band will perform in the city tomorrow to celebrate the spirit of Womanhood
The death of Nirbhaya is what propelled these four talented women to come together and form a band. And so Vivienne Pocha (earth), Merlin D’souza (fire), Hamsika Iyer (air) and Shruti B Padhye (water) got together in December 2012 to form Indiva, to create their own brand of music. This all female band is not a feminist band as one might assume. Click here to read more
Is Poonam Pandey responsible for crimes against women?
The controversial babe is appalled, amused and annoyed by talk that her provocative pictures on the internet and in magazines are responsible for the increase in crimes against women
Poonam Pandey, who recently made her Bollywood debut with a bold film Nasha, says she was constantly badgered and persuaded to feel guilty about the crime a day after the gang-rape of a photojournalist in Mumbai last week. Click here to read more