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At the end of the film comes up a sentence: “Since you have been watching this film, 8 women have got raped in the country.”
A Thursday, a film with the perfect combination of drama, thrill, and suspense to bring out the truth and fact to the people.
With a brilliant story line and well crafted women characters, whether the protagonist, the pregnant cop, or the Prime Minister who knows how to handle the situation and says, “Emotions can be an asset!” film A Thursday gives the message that still in today’s time, women are not safe. Women are not safe in their school bus, in their home, or at any public place be they of any age.
Do women need to go to that extreme level to hold hostage innocent lives to get justice?
When will women get freedom from evil, lustful eyes that see her with greed? When will women will get freedom from hands that grab at her, against her will, but still they can’t do anything? When will this broken system be healed?
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Maleesha who calls herself ‘Princess of Slum’ through her social media captions has now landed herself a space on the cover of Forest Essentials' new campaign.
“Dream, and one day that dream will come true” as said by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, many of us have goals to accomplish and we do dream about achieving them.
A huge dream has come true for a 14-year-old girl from a Mumbai slum area, Maleesha Kharwa. She has been a simple girl with a normal family until some time ago. Today she is the face of the popular skincare brand Forest Essentials.
Kharwa was first discovered by Hollywood actor Robert Hoffman in 2020 who later created a Go Fund Me page for Maleesha.
A wonderful, nuanced short film, The Broken Table by Large Short Films delves into the complexity of Alzheimers and of relationships.
Were you ever taught to love yourself for who you are? Directed by Chintan Sarda, the short film The Broken Table (2023) (streaming on YouTube) raises this question in a profound manner. The film is a paean to positivity and enforces the idea that no matter what you are, you are always enough.
The story unfolds on an evening when Deepti (Rasika Dugal) comes to take care of Giri (Naseeruddin Shah), a man who is suffering from Alzheimer’s. She is an aspiring psychologist, and it is an opportunity for her to learn about the illness.
Giri, who was a lawyer, has forgotten that he has retired, and he tries several times to go to work. However, he has intermittent memories and reminisces about the lovely times he had with his wife. He cherishes her and is therefore offended when Deepti speaks of her as being dead.
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