Catch up on some forgotten gems, some guilty pleasures, or even some perception-changing cinema, with this bucket list of 23 films
Women-centric films in India have found a passionate voice because of conscientious men, says Arsala Qureishi, who co-wrote 2015's Angry Indian Goddesses
Lipstick Under my Burkha has won the Oxfam Award for the ‘Best Film on Gender Equality’ at the Mumbai Film Festival and ‘Spirit of Asia Prize’ at the Tokyo International Film Festival. One would think that a film that has been internationally lauded for its unique take on issues of women’s rights and empowerment would be honoured nationally; the CBFC, however, has done the opposite – it has denied the film certification on grounds of it being “lady-oriented”, whatever that means.
Censor Board, which went ballistic over the drug abuse and politics featured in Udta Punjab has no qualms about clearing Housefull 3’s rape rap.
Pahlaj Nihalani has been in the news for a while.
In the run-up to the Kashish Queer International Film Festival, director Sridhar Rangayan traces the evolution of queer cinema
In 2015, we got up close and personal with a number of such cities and towns in India with films like Masaan, Bombay Velvet and Piku.
The author handpicks actors who have had promising debuts in 2015
Since it's december, and the end of this eventful year, here's a list of 10 best films of 2015
In 2015, Anushka turned to acting as well, in Pan Nalin’s Angry Young Goddesses
The makers of Angry Indian Goddesses made a compilation of all the words that had been cut out from the film
Angry Indian Goddesses is supposed to be more than just a well-intentioned public service campaign
It is this bravery that makes Angry Indian Goddesses significant despite its flaws
There are many women in Angry Indian Goddesses. And they are angry.
What rescues the trailer from didactic drudgery are the actresses Juhi Chawla, Zarina Wahab, Divya Dutt and above all, Shabana Azmi
Angry Indian Goddesses is a tale of female fraternizing done with a rush of humour
Pan Nalin’s 'Angry Indian Goddesses' is not the first Indian film about female bonding. Here’s listing the 10 that tried it before.
Shah Rukh Khan has appreciated the trailer of Angry Indian Goddesses and Pan Nalin is sure that he would love the film too
Several cuts have been made to International filmmaker Pan Nalin's film Angry Indian Goddesses
Angry Indian Goddesses by Indian filmmaker Pan Nalin, been placed second in the Grolsch People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)