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This 90-Second Video Of Violence Against Women In Indian Cinema Will Change The Way We See Films

Published on 4 May, 2015 at 4:32 pm By



Set to a more haunting version of ‘Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Me’, the above is a short film made as part of a campaign titled ‘Frame Her Right’, which aims to confront and change the way women are portrayed in Indian films. The campaign wants Censor Board to make it mandatory to display a warning sign before a film begins notifying viewers that the film contains content depicting violence against women. If the Censor Board can censor even the most harmless of things, why can’t they do this obvious ill? You can sign the petition here.


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