Period. End of Sentence team responds to child rights violation allegations: Worked with full permission, informed consent
Period. End of Sentence was recently accused by an NGO of having violated children's rights and misrepresented facts.
Period. End of Sentence: Makers of Oscar-winning documentary short film accused of violating child rights
The makers of Period. End of Sentence have been accused of misrepresenting facts by a Karnataka-based NGO.
Arunachalam Muruganantham on Period. End of Sentence's Oscar win: Subject of menstrual hygiene had reached global audience
Period. End of Sentence is based on women of Hapur who learned to manufacture sanitary pads with Arunachalam Muruganantham's manufacturing machine.
Maya Vishwakarma from Madhya Pradesh's Narsinghpur district is working towards making affordable pads, teaching women to use them, and creating employment opportunities in the process | #FirstCulture
R Balki's directorial venture, Padman, starring Akshay Kumar in the lead has grossed Rs 59.09 at the domestic box-office
Malala Yousafzai had expressed her solidarity with the message of menstrual hygiene in R Balki's latest directorial PadMan
Padman in plagiarism row: Writer alleges 11 scenes lifted from script submitted to Dharma Productions
A writer has accused Padman's makers of lifting 11 scenes from a script he claims to have submitted to the creative head of Dharma Productions
Padman garnered Rs 10.26 crore on the first day of its release and its performance is only expected to get better over the weekend.
Once you get past the irritation of Akshay Kumar Good Boy status, there’s not much you'll find objectionable about Padman, because Muruganantham’s is a truly unique story.
Padman: Akshay Kumar, 'the poster boy of pop patriotism', has chosen an anti-government issue to sell his film
Ahead of Padman's release, should Akshay Kumar be given credit for waving a sanitary pad, instead of the National Flag, in front of a government that has turned a deaf ear to pleas of tax-free sanitary napkins?
Periods, as we — buyers of overpriced sanitary napkins and consumers of painkillers — call them, have always been projected as an ‘event’ in Hollywood. Will Padman change that representation and take Bollywood one step further?
Padman's story is inspired from the life of Arunachalam Muruganantham, a Tamil Nadu-based social activist who revolutionised the concept of menstrual hygiene in rural India by creating the low-cost sanitary napkins machine.
R Balki has refuted reports of casting Kangana Ranaut as Arunima Sinha in the sportswoman's biopic, alongside Amitabh Bachchan
Twinkle Khanna says that if the Indian audience could see any actor carry off a sanitary pad in Padman, it would only be her husband Akshay Kumar.
Akshay Kumar's Padman has brought the focus back on Arunachalam Muruganantham, the innovator/social entrepreneur/menstrual hygiene campaigner on whom the film is based
Padman, based on a short story written by Akshay's wife Twinkle Khanna, follows the real-life achievements of Arunachalam Muruganantham
Phullu wants the women in his life — mother, sister and wife — to be able to afford sanitary napkins
'No shame in menstruation,' says Twinkle Khanna
All of us share a beautiful and undeterred spirit, which refuses to give up and bow to life’s challenges and adversities.
Apart from Modi and Kejriwal, author Arundhati Roy and Coimbatore-based health activist Arunachalam Muruganantham are also on the list.